Human Rights Act 1998 The Human Rights Act protects every single person within the UK
Human Rights Act 1998
The Human Rights Act protects every single person within the UK, whether you’re a born citizen or a foreigner, this act is to protect your decisions and your lifestyle. There are three main rights you have which are; the right to life, the right to respect for private and family life and the right to freedom of religion and belief. If at any point these are restricted to you, your rights have been breached.
SEN code of practice 2014
The SEN code of practice explains that whatever decision is made it is to be done with the involvement of the child and their parent in the primary years of school, and through to secondary that the child is able to voice their opinion and ask for support when needed and what they could benefit from.