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It turns out that we were right and it was absolutely what she needed at that point in time and is now back at school and much more able to cope.
But it still felt like an uphill struggle against the people who we felt should have been on our daughter's side.
I'd say you need to speak to the school and see what they say. They may agree with you. Or they may have an alternative plan which you may agree to.
Went to the school on Thursday with the Parent Partnership rep to discuss part timing. They said that are child is doing well at the moment yes he has had issues were we felt this is crises point but now he is settled and that they fell part timing him will be regress and he could potentially have problems going part time in Sept.
Me and my wife said that we need to go away and think about and we have decided that we want to part time are child and its only for a short period of time. We no what he is like he is in need of a Special School which he isn't in he is having some good time at the moment but I don't want to wait for things to escalate and get worse again and then do something. And then again they have rewarded him with sweets even though they do say that they are trained in his condition.
Aged 6 he should be in school full time and it will look bad on their attendance figures if he isn't. There is no way of putting a child of that age on to part time status. I think you might find school might be more receptive to your idea if you suggested collecting him 5 minutes AFTER the afternoon register has been taken and your son has been marked present.
They have probably taken on the new teacher on a temporary contract until July.
Your child may also struggle with this change in routine and again when he has to go full time in September.
Lots of teachers use various rewards for children and even 'Healthy' schools give the odd sweet if targets are reached or behaviour is exceptional.
Just my thoughts x Good luck
Thank you but the plan is working in school now.
Most councils will allow flexi-schooling, but it's usually follows a 9 days school, 1 day home type arrangement. No harm in asking.