I share your concerns about the second group, in a major way. I can map where, when and how the local authorities I’ve lived in succeeded and failed to meet their legal obligations to my kids.
He had to take his LA to the SEND Tribunal, to get the educational provision his children needed.
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In particular, the leadership & management judgement section. So that means parents need to go beyond bringing “views” to the inspections.
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