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Working Together to Help Your Child
   Back to First Page   What if I have to meet with teachers or other professionals?

What if I have a concern about my child's progress?

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Meet with your child's teacher
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If you are still concerned or if things are not clear, talk to your child's teacher again.
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Ask to meet with the Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) if he or she is involved with your child
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You may wish to speak to your child's head of year or the Head Teacher
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You can contact the Governor who has responsibility for special educational needs (SEN) if you have any concerns about the provision for SEN in School. You can do this by contacting the school secretary

 

Before talking to anyone it is helpful to think about what you want to say and ask. You could make some notes to help you remember.

Notebook

Parent Partnership has produced some booklets about helping children in pre-school, nursery and playgroup and helping children in school. These will tell you about how schools can help children, for example your child may have an individual education plan (IEP).

 

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