Thank you for your support and comments. I have won my battle which often other parents cannot. What is needed is an end to the current system and a forward looking approach with an active intervention programme. An approach is needed to the…"
"I would like to echo your findings regarding young people with special learning difficulties. Dealing effectively with the identified issues is often a lonely parental battle, that requires an inordinate amount of resources to successfully provide…"
It is reported that around 10% of children at Primary school level suffer from some form of specific learning difficulty which holds them back. This could be identified as dyslexia, dyscalculia or dyspraxia or others. A lot of these can be dealt with very effectively with specialist trained teaching. If identified and tackled early then they will not pose a barrier to learning and allow the child to develop strategies to cope with their difficulties. Often children with these difficulties…See More
Have been a C of E school Governor 7 years and overseen large building project.
As a parent I have been to SENDIST tribunal for an Educational Statement and seen the drawn out process with costs. There has to be a better way to proceed for children with specific learning difficulties.
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