We are the parents of a very bright but intrinsically lazy 14 year old. When we let him choose his options last year, we made a huge mistake in allowing him to choose DIDA. Not because we are not sure its an excellent and useful qualification but instead because it relies heavily on his ability to self-manage. Roll on 4 months and he's now hugely hugely behind. His planning documentation appears to have stopped some time in November, he's trying to do things when underlying stuff isn't right and effectively has made a real bodge of it all. So the question is, given all of the above, can the situation be remedied? How do the examiners accept a total re-work of planning and huge gaps between what should have happened and a massively revised plan? And given how much work he has to catch up on, what exactly is the situation with him catching up at least SOME of it at home? Any help would be excellent!