Education Law Blog

Welcome to the Monckton Chambers Education Law Blog.

The blog is written by specialist barristers from Monckton and covers important developments across the field of education law. It includes:

  • case notes on important judgments, both from Monckton and elsewhere;
  • legislative changes and analysis of their implications, for example in relation to human rights; and
  • commentary on topical issues in education law, such as school closures due to COVID-19.

It is aimed at all those active in this area: solicitors, barristers, law students, children and parents, schools, universities and other FE & HE institutions, local authorities, the Department for Education, Ofsted and other education regulators.

Latest

19 May, 2020

School fees in times of Covid: Tips for schools and parents

The lockdown has posed inordinate challenges for education – with schools and universities adjusting...
18 May, 2020

A2P1 and Access to Education during Covid-19

As the home-time bell rang on 20 March 2020, schools and other educational providers...
15 May, 2020

Teachers threaten to sue over return to work

The teachers’ union NASUWT has threatened to sue local authorities if its members are...
12 May, 2020

Changes to the EHCP regime during Covid-19: a quick guide for parents and representatives

What are the New Regulations? On 1 May 2020, the entitlements of children with...
5 May, 2020

School closure: the impact on children and parents unfolds

Where are we now? Schools in England, along with childcare and other education providers,...
5 May, 2020

Relaxation to SEND legislation due to coronavirus

On 30 April 2020, the government announced two important changes to special educational needs...
5 May, 2020

To sit or not to sit? Reflections on exam grading in a Covid-19 world

On 18 March 2020, the Prime Minister announced that school examinations, including GCSEs, A...
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