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When do you push for a Statement for a child?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by anon4582, Feb 2, 2011.

  1. I haven't seen that one, but I've just checked the site - various links / documents to read through.
    Thanks
     
  2. IEPs don't need to contain lots of information- the key is measurable targets and clear evaluation in language that all (including the child ideally) can understand.
    Ed. Psych report could be useful if in agreement with the school, but you may have to pay for his/her time.
    IEP reviewed at least termly, but could bring reviews forward if obvious targets are not being worked towards.
    Always better if teachers can attend reviews, but not always possible to release teacher and SENCo. This is fine as long as class teacher has shared full information with SENCo prior to the meeting.
    If there is any dangerous of extreme behaviour, try to refer to CAHMS.
     
  3. Thank you all for your input, it's been very helpful.
    Time to push forward.
     
  4. parent partnership are brilliant - but they are there to support the parents/families - not the school
     

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