How awful for teachers to be raising this at a public meeting and in front of your DC.
Despite this I would investigate further as an EP report might be helpful if , as explained as above, it helps to see if there are any things that teachers could be doing to help with your DD's learning style or ways that you can support he learning at home.
Just to offer the opposite view: if it were me I would definitely not go to an EP at this stage. There was a thread on the Everything Else section recently in which you can see a range of views about going to a psychologist. viewtopic.php?f=38&t=35707
I would need some convincing to take this route under the circumstances you describe: it is expensive, you risk finding a 'problem' where there isn't one, and you can't 'un-see' it once it is done. I would talk to the SENCo and some other teachers first, as well as your daughter herself to see if she thinks action needs to be taken.