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He consistently gets a "2" in his school report for maths effort and does well in his other subjects. We took their advice to drop GCSE Geology and by their own measure his predicted grade has not improved. He has (and uses) support from us at home and the school acknowledge that. He has been at the school for his whole education and at every stage we have taken their advice, sometimes costing us more money. He has not been diagnosed with any disability in maths and reports a couple of years ago have him at a 'C'. I think its a tragedy that they are failing him. He does have another year before his GCSE exams. They seem slow to take action and don't seem to have a plan.
We'd like them to take action now to ensure that he gets the 'C' grade. I would argue that they are being negligent with the lack of improvement shown. What sort of other evidence would prove negligence? We've taken out time, cost and effort as blockers.
They are going through the motions, not taking action or formulating a coherent plan to achieve the objective.
I guess by your answer that if I research what other schools have done and can show that this hasn't been done at his school, then I may have a case?