The tribunal will hear and decide your appeal against our decision about your child’s co-ordinated support plan (CSP).
If you have a dispute:
The tribunal will hear and decide your appeal against our decisions about your child's co-ordinated support plan (CSP).
The tribunal hearing is made up of three people, a lawyer and two people who know about learning support and education. These people ask questions of the parent or young person and the local authority. They listen to what everyone has to say. They clear up what the disagreement is about and make a decision as to what should happen.
You can only refer disagreements that relate to co-ordinated support plans and certain placing requests.
You can make an appeal if there is a dispute about getting a co-ordinated support plan (CSP) and if:
You can refer to the Tribunal if there are disputes about what a co-ordinated support plan says or how it is reviewed if:
You can appeal decisions about a placing request when:
The booklet Additional Support Need Tribunals for Scotland (ASNTS) tells you everything else you need to know. A copy can be obtained from:
Europa Building, 450 Argyle Street, Glasgow, G2 8LH
An advocacy service is available to parents and young people making an appeal to the Additional Support Needs Tribunal for Scotland (ASNTS). This service is free and can support you or your child as soon as you make an appeal to ASNTS.
To request help from the advocacy service contact: