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    1. Beverley Rodgerson, Herefordshire Parent Partnership Service

      I find it surprising that any Parent Partnership would have made such a grossly inaccurate comment, but please do not put all of us in this bracket – sweeping statements as you know, are not helpful to anyone.

      1. I find it surprising too, though that comes directly from a parent’s experience. Our local PPS are very knowledgeable and very involved with the pathfinder process.
        I think the problem is that there is also a lack of information around the SEN support, and the Code of Practice isn’t yet finalised, so there is a vacuum of firm information and yet many questions being asked. Sometimes people might feel they should know the answers and so unintentionally misinform.

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