Headteacher Autonomy


Headteachers breathed a sigh of relief on 22nd March when the House of Lords ruled in favour of schools in two separate human rights claims brought by pupils. Mark Blois, education expert at law firm Browne Jacobson, explores the legal tug of war between the human rights of individual pupils and the authority of headteachers’ to decide what’s best for the school. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 08

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