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  1. Kim Carberry

    It shouldn’t be this hard to get a child into a school where you know he will be safe. That Fair Access to School policy does not sound very fair at all.
    Sending love and hugs. I hope your Little Man’s return to school surprises you and it goes well. It sounds like you have the right idea being vigilant. x

  2. Jayne @ Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs

    Well you know my thoughts Anne after going through almost the same thing with my eldest. We were let down by incompetent staff and the school was totally useless (that’s putting it very mildly!) I’m glad that I stuck to the home schooling. My little man has gained so much from it.
    What works for one doesn’t necessarily work for another though. You’re right to be vigilant. Sending big hugs. xx

    • Anne Sweet

      I would so love to keep my Little Man home. I am quite capable of teaching him everything he needs to know to GCSE level, but he just doesn’t want to be at home alone with me, he longs for interaction with others. I’m hoping so much that it works out for him this time. The school has made many changes but it’s still in special measures. This time they will be more helpful with his SEN, he had only just been diagnosed when I took him out. xx

  3. Carol

    It is a horrible situation and it makes me angry. I’m saying a prayer for your little man and his return to school. Stay vigilant. #MMBC

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