Thank you for the information. When you discuss discrimination on. legal basis there is a very strict criteria, to be clear a person is only discriminated against (by law) if it is in reference to a protected characteristic such as gender, sexuality, religion etc. However, prior to any legal action you will require to follow a process. The first thing to do is raise an official complaint to the school. Once you have done this, if you exhaust the process with no resolution you would have to escalate the matter to the Department for Education and use their process. They will look it on an objective view point. If you still do not obtain a resolution then you could speak to a solicitor at that point and see if there has been an unlawful action. Both investigations will provide you with a multitude of evidence to potentially support your claims.
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I hope this information proved helpful. You will find a local solicitor who deals with these matters on the law society webpage which is as follows;
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