What a week I've had. I have met at the school this week with Social Services and the Assistant Deputy Head who have expressed their concerns with my son's behaviour. His school have expressed he is disruptive, however, when he is at home, he is calm when watching TV and playing computer games. The only thing I would agree with, is that he doesn't take orders at first request. It used to take 4-5 requests, however, it only takes 2-3 times now. I feel he has stood up for himself where others have done him wrong, is the disruptive nature, they are viewing. Numerous recordings were made, however, regarding the Statement of Special Educational Needs, he will not qualify as its hard to prove the behaviour.
If I asked the Local Authority at Chelmsford, would I be able to continue applying for the Statement and Lloyd has access to required support?
The Senior Case Worker has made an additional appointment with the school to view Lloyd's behaviour at school.
I believe Lloyd is being bullied at school therefore, it is interfering with his education. He feels scared as the boys in question, have actually said to him, 'Lloyd you won't have a Mum'. Social Services believe I am not meeting his needs, however, I have provided and met his needs and more, by accessing more information to get the right education as required.
I look forward to your reply,