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The Special Educational Needs Tribunal in Wales was set up in 2003 to consider appeals in cases where parents felt dissatisfied with the response of their local education authority or the solutions offered.
Additional Learning Needs - extending the range of people who may appeal to the Special Educational Needs Tribunal for Wales.
Julie, who works as a lay representative for families at special educational needs tribunals, is now trying to find Jack's mum some free specialist help, so that she can take on the system and get Jack back into school.
A Birmingham education spokesman said Ria's parents had exercised their right to appeal to a special educational needs tribunal.
Ms Huws was glad the Special Educational Needs Tribunal was included as it would mean families can, in future, use the service in their language of choice.
A special educational needs tribunal approved the Brownes' request.
The question of J's profound educational needs is due to be hammered out by a Special Educational Needs Tribunal later this month, but his lawyers yesterday called for a separate judicial review hearing in order to test the adequacy of the council's care package.
A special educational needs tribunal ruled that the Potters Green pupil should be able to go to the school, but Coventry City Council is taking her parents to the High Court in a bid to get the ruling overturned.