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Blyth SEN

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tghrmum Mon 24-Sep-12 12:34:47

My DS is in year 6, he has a SEN which started 6 months ago. He is in his final year at Primary School.
Both secondary schools in town have been critisised by ofsted for failing children with Special Educational Needs. One has had special measures put in place to stop it failing altogether, the other is a religious academy we have already had trouble with, so have reservations. But is it out of the frying pan into the fire? Or could a failing shool do good? Anyone out there have any advise? Espeshially if you live in Blyth and have a Child with a statement.

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