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emmie1b Sat 05-Mar-16 19:00:21

Can anyone help me .My son who is 8yrs old started presenting disruptive behavoiur in november 2015 he is a yr4 .It started when i went off work for a opp however he was distruptive in yr3 and found tranistion from infants to junior school even though they are a primary school .the behavoiur has got worse and worse resulting in me bringing him home then to official exclussions started .he has now been put on a reduced time table . This will be reviewed each week by HT and my self .I have had a meeting with HT ,LA ,SENCO ,NEW HT, CT and my self over a week ago and it was under the LA intruction yesterday that my DS be placed on a reduced time table .They have woodland outreach coming into school to asses Monday, But need help on legal side and what my next steps are . many thanks

ElementaryMyDear Tue 22-Mar-16 16:50:13

A reduced timetable is unlawful unless they put in some tuition at home - your son is entitled to full time education. You really need to talk to the school about accessing help for him, perhaps involving an educational psychologist. I would suggest you also ask if they think he needs an Education Health and Care Plan and if they will support you in applying for one.

Also phone SOS SEN or IPSEA.

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