Discrimination claims Tees education specialists are here to help
Discrimination by schools against pupils due to a disability, either directly or indirectly, is prohibited by the Equality Act 2010. Schools have an obligation to make sure pupils with a disability have the same access to education and school facilities as their peers.
As part of ensuring a child with a disability has equal access to the education activities, the Equality Act states that reasonable adjustments must be made. This means the school may need to make a range of changes such as:
Such adjustments as are needed, are to be funded by the school, and not by the parents.
You’ll find our team of education lawyers friendly and easy to talk to and we understand the ins-and-outs of education law.
But we can help you wherever you are in England and Wales
We’re open and here to help you. We’re running as normal with our employees all working from home.
You can call us as normal on 0800 013 1165 or email us: email@example.com.
You can also find contact details for all our advisers here.
As a flexible and technologically-adept firm, we already had many home-working systems in place. We have now rolled this technology out to all our employees working for clients, so they can continue to work normally - and from home.
If you are a client, please be assured you can get in touch with Tees and we are still working on your case. To replace face-to-face meetings, we have the facilities to do video-conferencing, conference calls or just speak on the phone, as you need.
Due to the circumstances, please call us if you would have wanted a home visit, and we can organise the best and safest way of being in touch.