‘Disappointment’ of county council over Grantham school’s refusal to participate in disability discrimination case

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Lincolnshire County Council says it is “extremely disappointed” by a school’s decision to refuse to participate in a tribunal hearing about disability discrimination.

National Junior School has been criticised for its treatment of a pupil suffering from autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and double incontinence (click on the link below for the story in full).

As reported, the Grantham school changed to academy status shortly after a complaint was lodged by the boy’s parents with the tribunal service, and as such is not legally accountable.


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