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billybobster Sat 18-May-13 11:56:23

Please don't remove this MNHQ!

I am a very regular poster but this blog outs me completely so I am posting the link under a namechange - I am sure many can hazard a guess.

My blog is under construction here but I would welcome your thoughts. I am happy to add a parents' stories page if people would like to share anonymised stories.

I have other lawyers who are in the process of adding tips/info to it and several other firms confirming the free initial consultation.

I hope it will be of use to parents starting out - that is its only purpose!!

Oh and a big thank you for a poster (can't remember who blush ) who suggested the name ages ago.

Let me have your thoughts - I value them greatly.

MareeeyaDoloures Thu 23-May-13 16:37:29

Institute of education Feb 2013 report on whether statements work

MareeeyaDoloures Thu 23-May-13 16:39:13

Local 'variation' in SEN provision

MareeeyaDoloures Thu 23-May-13 16:44:47

Local 'variation' in SEN provision

This one is slightly slanted but has a good reference list

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