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PostSubject: new school   Sun Dec 23, 2007 9:23 am

Went to see a new school for Pauly on thursday its lovely

only problem is its an independent school which means you have to get funding from the goverment to secure a place which takes a lot of fighting
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PostSubject: Re: new school   Fri Feb 22, 2008 8:16 am

hi deb
i never realised that you could get funding for independent schools.
i moved from Kent to devon to get my sons a staTEMENT AND INTO A SPECIALSCHOOL.
there were only independent schools available at the time that would take them with out statements.
How do you go about that then?
I hope it all goes well for you.
it maybe a route iwill have to take if refused a statement for my youngest.
He has only just started nursery. it has already been suggested he go to a mainstream school.
not an option in book.
i know it will be a fight as always.
this is a nice forum deb
thanks for puting a message on my asd friendly post. As i would have not discovered it.
Asd friendly is nice too.
its nice to speak to someone besides myself lol
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PostSubject: Re: new school   Fri Feb 22, 2008 9:33 am

Hi T
Well as i have found out today we are in for a right old battle with the lea who are reluctant to fund independant schools.
So im a bit disheartened at the mo but anyway will bloody fight all the way.

Glad you like this forum its very early days yet and we need more members.

ASD friendly is brilliant and really supportive.

Anyway any time you wanna talk give us a shout

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