Sen provision at roedean and woldingham

(3 Posts)
Mrssigns Thu 01-Sep-16 22:41:20

It looks great from their websites. Does anyone have any experience of either school's provision ? My daughter has mild/moderate dyslexia, poor working memory and hypamobility, which makes spelling harder and writing tiring.

Mrs signs

merlottime Fri 02-Sep-16 16:50:57

My DD goes to Woldingham. One of her friends has dyslexia and gets additional support. I don't know a great deal about it, but her mum is very pleased with the support her DD is getting and plans to send her DD2 there in due course.

They set them after Oct half term in Y7. In my DD's year this splits as 20 top set, 15 in B and C sets, 10 in D set. The girl in question is in D set but this means she has very small class sizes/opportunities for support during lessons. I think there is also an option to only do one MFL and have extra interventions in the time freed up.

Mrssigns Tue 06-Sep-16 21:25:55

Thanks merlot time.

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