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The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014

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Attendance at the mediation

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38.—(1) The following persons may attend the mediation—

(a)the parties to the mediation;

(b)any advocate or other supporter that the child’s parent or the young person wishes to attend the mediation;

(c)where the child’s parent is a party to the mediation, the child (with the agreement of the parent and the mediator);

(d)where the young person’s alternative person(1) is a party to the mediation, the young person (with the agreement of the alternative person and the mediator);

(e)any other person, with the consent of all of the parties to the mediation, or where there is no such agreement, with the consent of the mediator.

(2) Where the child’s parent is a party to the mediation, the mediator must take reasonable steps to ascertain the views of the child about the mediation issues.

(3) Where the young person’s alternative person is a party to the mediation, the mediator must take reasonable steps to ascertain the views of the young person about the mediation issues.

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Alternative person has the meaning given in Regulation 64

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