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yes contacted parent partnership but as you said they were pretty useless, after all, they are a government organisation so they're hardly impartial in my view. They just go with whatever the council say.

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IPSEA are much more up on these things than parent partnership.
Key things to remember

PARENT PARTNERSHIP-FUNDED BY THE GOVERMENT MONSTER

IPSEA-INDEPENDENT
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IPSEA??
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http://www.ipsea.org.uk - Offers free and independent advice on Local Education Authorities' legal duties to assess and provide for children with special educational needs. Because they aren't government run they are more impartial.

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just had a scan through and saved it to favourites, thankyou i had never come across them so far


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