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Aibu to think this is crap?

(3 Posts)
ElasticPants Mon 14-Dec-15 22:57:36

My 7 year old neice is at a Sen school. Once a week the class goes swimming at a local pool. The session this week is a fun swim as it is the last lesson this term. SiL has been told they can't cope with neice as she will play up. So she has to keep her at home then drop her at school once the class arrives back from swimming.

Does this happen at other school? She has a statement and one to one. Surely the school should include her confused

KielyKiely Thu 17-Dec-15 20:12:59

I would ask them why they are illegally excluding her, poor girl. Good luck.

enterthedragon Sat 19-Dec-15 14:48:46

Definitely an illegal exclusion, and I would report this to the SEN dept at the LEA.

Unfortunately this sort of thing happens regularly in schools, in my experience mainstream schools are worse than sn schools.

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