Copying in school dr is not that unusual. In rural areas, there's usually only a couple of community doctors who have half a dozen part time roles. This person has been involved in the past, and is probably the child protection lead too. This meeting could put "?FII" to bed and replace it with 'mum still wonders about diagnosis, but I don't' and end with 'agree to disagree, time will tell'.
You could legitimately ask about the other two people, and find out whether they will be attending / why they need the document.
What ways has child been supported - list the support you were promised when your child started his current school on a single A4 sheet and staple it to the form. Make this purely factual and add NO opinion whatsoever to it. Make it bullet pointed and add the professional's name and role next to each point.
Put "awaiting implementation date (see attached sheet for action plan)" in teeny boxes 1 & 3.
Your son hasn't really gone backwards, as he's not quite as miserable as he was at the bonkers school so just put "no progress made, awaiting action plan implementation" in the "progress" box, (box 2) methinks.
That makes your point without getting anyone's back up. They said he needed help and haven't yet got their asses into gear on the delivery side. At the MAC meeting just ask when what's already been proposed can be put in place and then stay calm and let each prof make their point. Listen take notes and respond afterwards in writing.
The less you say (but the more written evidence) you gain the better at this point.
so just put "no progress made, awaiting implementation of action plan".
At the meeting - the less you say the better, especially with nasty pead around! Your one pager will say it all for you. All you need to say is that you "are awaiting implementation of the action plan" until you feel like a stuck record & sit back. All you are doing is gently and unoffensively holding them to account.
Don't over think or overanalyse it, and don't let them rile you.
What Boch said. Keep your mouth well closed at the meeting. Look interested and as though you are giving each point consideration. Thank them for their time and inform them you will get back to them with their questions or to agree (or not) their recommendations.
Good grief Lougle. That document is very scary indeed. I'm pretty certain now that that was the route my LA was planning to take with me, and would have if I hadn't so many well respected PAID FOR Independent reports that were quite clear.
If I were you I'd be getting advice from a family solicitor. FII accusations is not nice and too easily labelled on parents who push for help. All letters and forms filled in and sent via solicitor headed notepaper to show they should be the ones to worry re legal action and you take this threat of FII extremely serious.