I need some thoughts on this. I have a child now in year two. She attends her local outstanding village school. She is dyspraxia with some sensory issues. ( although, this is lessening with age.) we had her privately diagnosed at the recommendation of the school. They took on the report, have had every specialist in school to suggest or provide therapy. I should be thrilled but... I teaching in a challenging school we have ofsted breathing down our necks constantly. The children have to make better than expected progress. I pull out every stop for the kids I teach. The children in my class are very challenging in many different ways. So I look at my child's school. They find her very challenging, she is frustrated. They have all specialists in but don't actually follow through with the recommendations from specialist. She has a laptop but barely gets out of the cupboard. She doesn't get tested for spellings even though she has had to work twice as hard as the other children in her class. They let her play educational apps on the iPad when ever she wants. She is a fantastic reader but they won't move her up levels.Stating her comprehension is not up to it. I gave her a copy of last years reading SATS she completed it in bed before sleep.It was perfect. They say she will struggle with maths next year as it is all abstract as that is what the program says. We have had two meetings about her plan as It was unchanged from reception- use playdough to form all letters cursive style? What do I do? I feel my child is being cheated out of an education on a daily basis.She is happy and settled, this has taken sometime. Is the school retarding my child's progress because of SATS? What should I do?