High Court order Camden to provide a 7 year old boy with special educational needs with the programme specified in his EHC Plan
R (S) v Camden  EWHC 3354 (Admin)
- Related Practice Area(s):
- Education Law, Public Law, Healthcare, Mental Health and Mental Capacity, Community Care Law
- Queen’s Bench Division (Administrative Court)
The High Court has ordered the London Borough of Camden to provide a 7 year old boy, S, with the ABA programme specified in S’s EHC Plan.
In March 2018 the First-tier Tribunal ordered Camden to include the programme in S’s EHC Plan. In June 2018 Camden amended S’s EHC Plan and removed the programme.
Philip Mott QC, sitting as a Deputy High Court Judge, quashed the decision of Camden to amend S’s EHC Plan, and ordered Camden to provide S with the programme specified in his EHC Plan as ordered by the First-tier Tribunal.
Claire Darwin acted for S, instructed by Chris Barnett of Sinclairslaw.
R (S) v Camden  EWHC 3354 (Admin)https://www.matrixlaw.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/R-S-v-Camden-2018-EWHC-3354-Admin.pdf