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A new hunt for schools for dyslexia and social probs..Oh help....

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alwaysrushing Mon 17-Apr-17 22:33:02

Ah..Here we go again... DD has all the dys's plus she struggles with friendship issues. she has been at a specialist provision ( boarding) for 2 years and has done well, but the school has gone through an iffy time and we are down to one other girl in the boarding house-one!- that dd does NOT get on with. `End of Holidays coming and tears and misery starting and I just cant bear it for her. I feel we must start the trawl of schools again and wondered please if anyone had any recommendations for happy schools for severe dyslexics? She couldn't cope without support and we are overseas so it has to be boarding. she's 13...

sushiforever Sat 13-May-17 22:08:19

have you considered Westonbirt? I know it has an excellent reputation for SEN and for being a lovely and nurturing boarding school. Good luck.

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