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minionmadness Fri 04-Apr-14 10:15:43

Ds (6.1) ASD is in YR1.

We are fortunate in that he is at, in general an inclusive school with good support in the main. He doesn't have a statement but was awarded extra funding for 20 hrs support in school which he's had since starting foundation YR. He is also supported by a specialist teacher from the Inclusion support team.

All good so far... however his peer group are now maturing in their social interactions and he is not at the same level which has resulted in ds lashing out when he hasn't read the situation right (last incident was a result of teasing, such as minimionion's got a girlfriend etc). DS know this isn't true, so in his mind they are lying which is a very bad thing in his view, he is very keen on right/wrong, just doesn't seem able to apply this to himself. He has a very short fuse and can't seem to stop himself lashing out, although he is very keen to apologies after. We are working on this, but it's definitely a work in progress. I get to hear about the incidents that happen at playtime as ds has a NT twin brother who loves to tell me everything!

The school are very on board but IMO lack the experience, there are only 2% of children (more or less a handful) with SEN's. We have arranged to discuss this after the break, I have some ideas but would appreciate others letting me know what support their dc get in school in dealing with similar situations. Or just generally any advise.

PolterGoose Fri 04-Apr-14 17:25:53

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