TheSchoolRun website is packed to the gills with great ideas to help your child's learning. It's bright, colourful and is a fantastic resource. The site aims to demystify school for parents, giving you all the tools you need to understand what and how your child is learning at primary school. Their informative articles, packed with advice from experts and practical tips from teachers, help parents get to grips with new educational techniques and feel confident about supporting their kids’ schoolwork.
And the week starting 16th January, they've kindle invited me to host a Question & Answer board about Special Educational Needs statementing. I'm not a legal expert so I won't be dishing out legal help but I will certainly be able to offer some great signposting and answer lots of your statementing queries. The board has already begun registering questions that I will be answering as best I can from next week.
To take part, head over to this part of the site. It's a members site so you'll need to register if you haven't already - and if you're new, a huge amount of great resources awaits you from the site as a whole. Even if you don't have a specific question, you may find someone has asked a question you'd like to know the answer to.
- I’m a Dad with ASD and ADHD. Here’s why I’ll never give up fighting for my neurodiverse children’s educational rights - September 8, 2022
- An Employment Passport to young people with additional needs into paid work - August 23, 2022
- Top tips for introducing a School Dog to help your students - August 5, 2022