Tuesday, August 01, 2017

Talmud Torah Machzikei Hadass School Trust case on Efficient and Suitable Education.

An “efficient” and “suitable” education is not defined in the Education Act 1996 but “efficient” has been broadly described in case law 
as an education that “achieves that which it sets out to achieve”.

A “suitable” education is one that “primarily equips a child for life within the community of which he is a member, rather than the way of life in the country as a whole, as long as it does not foreclose the child’s options in later years to adopt some other form of 
life if he wishes to do so”.

 Mr Justice Woolf in the case of R v Secretary of State for Education and Science, ex parte Talmud Torah Machzikei Hadass School Trust (12 April 1985)

See EO Website. 

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