Education publication Tes has written an in-depth article about provision for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) at UK schools ahead of an upcoming review. The article explores the topic of some schools having higher numbers of pupils with SEND compared with others that have very few, and its potential implications.

Asked to comment on the legal angle, Michael Brotherton, Stone King Partner in the Education Team, said that schools have a legal duty to fulfil.

“However many children they have with SEND, schools must provide for them”, he says.

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