17 May 2021
Exams declaration form must not put pressure on students, schools told
Commentary by Ane Vernon, Dispute Resolution Partner and schools and education specialist lawyer at Payne Hicks Beach, on schools being warned not to use a new form that requires students to declare they understand this year’s grading process as a “waiver of rights", first published in Schools Week online on 16 May 2021 and reproduced with kind permission.
Ane is a specialist education lawyer who is highly experienced in dealing with disputes arising in the education and regulatory sector. Ane advises schools and institutional clients and represents individual students or their parents. She is adept at handling regulatory/compliance issues, membership, examinations, appeals, Judicial Review applications (for both claimaints and defendants) as well as sensitive issues arising out of exclusions and suspensions.
Click below to read Ane's commentary in Schools Week
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