Bromley LBC v Special Educational Needs Tribunal and Others (1999) 3 All ER 587 (CA)

The High Court would only interfere with the decision of the Special Educational Needs Tribunal (SENT), which unlike the High Court, was a specialist body with a lawyer chairman and lay members chosen for their knowledge and experience, if the SENT had erred in law. Therapeutic treatments, eg physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech and language therapy could form part of a child’s special educational needs depending on whether, according to the facts of the case, such treatment was directly related to the child’s learning difficulties.

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