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“We are so pleased you are doing this for him. He reminds me of me when I was at school, there wasn’t any help then that’s why we like that Bailey is getting the help he needs.” – Parent
“I’m so pleased with the extra support being given. I’m pleased as I have noticed similar difficulties that my child is having at home.” – Parent
“I am keen to help at home with the additional work and activities that will be given during the intervention.” – Parent
“I can see the positives for my child in doing an intervention.” – Parent
Should parents of children with SEND have any complaints about the SEND provision they should follow the school’s general complaints procedure. It is always best to approach the class-teacher or the Headteacher first, to see if your concerns can be immediately addressed. If you still feel that your view has not been listened to or answered to your satisfaction you can make a formal complaint by writing to the chair of governors at the school.
School contact number: 01723 513077
Parent Partnership, North Yorkshire
A parent partnership coordinator can be contacted through North Yorkshire’s education offices or on 01609 536923.
The parent partnership coordinators offer impartial advice and support which could include making a home visit to listen to any concerns families may have, or attending meetings with them. They can also be able to put families in touch with other organisations or parent support groups.
The Parent Partnership Service will work closely with independent supporters locally commissioned by the Council for Disabled Children to provide advice and support for parents of children and young people with special educational needs through the statutory assessment and Education, Health and Care Plan processes.
SENDIASS, North Yorkshire
The SEND information, advice and support service (SENDIASS) provides free and impartial information, advice and support for children, young people and young adults (up to 25 year old) with special educational needs and / or disabilities as well as their parents or carers.