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Ineedalife Tue 17-Apr-12 19:07:38

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kelmarie this is just a sort of helpful notice sort of thread. If you start a new thread in SN Children you should get some replies smile

kelmarie Mon 10-Mar-14 16:58:15

I am lookind for some advice on my sons school my son is 9 is being gets them mxed up no assessed for a number of needs I have been told my son could be dyspraxia he puts his number and letters back wards he has told me his teacher has ripped his work out of his work book and got him to do it again he told me it has happened 2 times now and I noticed in his home work book she has told him its a 6 not a d and on a another howork they have baiscly told him he can do better than that is teachers aloud to do this I really don't no what to do as I told him I will see his teacher and he asked me not to as when I went in before about a different matter she had shouted at him for telling us ...?

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