If school do not call me back asap.. I have been calling them all day.. I have sent an email.. I have spoken to a person who cannot help.. The person who I do want to speak to keeps finding things to do rather than call me. The other person who I could speak to is also avoiding me.
I have spoken to the lea and I'm about to ( if I do not get my phone my call back and a resolution to the issue) I am going to call a few family friends who are in high up places.
Good for you. I spoke to my youngest's SENco today and she said that she could sometimes really throttle parents when they say - they say they'll contact me but they haven't - she said parents have to get their stroppy heads on just to get through these days. So you officially have the early years borough SENco's permission to get as arsey as you like!
Grrrr .. The issue is actually quite simple to sort out.. However it is causing major issues because it's not sorted. Because they are doing the ' looking into it' thing.. Looking into it is not proactive as it needs to be.
On the plus side you'll melt the snow away on the route to school - they should thank you for that at least! And i'm sure somewhere in the world, someone is still drinking from a sunday night out? fgrin]
It gives a new slant to the 'pimms o' clock' advert. It would go something like: ' got a meeting with your SENco to fix the IEP - i make that 'gin o' clock' or 'i say, are you filling out copious amounts of forms with the same information that you have already given to 12 different agencies? i make that 'gin o' clock'