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hello Im vix
I have a 5yr old girl with GDD and we are on a long rd to finding the right school for her.
she is in a mainstream school that have told us they do not know how to teach her.
she is a very easy going child too easy going. we asked the school if it would be better for her if we hold her back a year but the told us they would not do that. we have only just got our stamenting though which means she is has 1 more yaer to go before we can got her into a school that knows what they are doing.

dose any one have any addvice?
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(10-12-2011, 10:40 AM)Vix Wrote: hello Im vix
I have a 5yr old girl with GDD and we are on a long rd to finding the right school for her.
she is in a mainstream school that have told us they do not know how to teach her.
she is a very easy going child too easy going. we asked the school if it would be better for her if we hold her back a year but the told us they would not do that. we have only just got our stamenting though which means she is has 1 more yaer to go before we can got her into a school that knows what they are doing.

dose any one have any addvice?

So you have just got the statement in place and the school dont know what to do with her?
What support did the statement indicate and what sort of support has been allocated?
Also what has you thinking you have to wait one year?
The statement review?
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