Remaining politically neutral during General Election 2024


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stepaside Community member Posts: 3 Listener
Hi, we will be moving home from the West Midlands to north Devon so a substantial move! And so will involve moving my 13 year old son from his current mainstream school with 1:1 assistance, my son is currently still on a statement which details the need of a 1:1 which is good, he has cp, is a wheelchair user and is doing really well academically, he will be in year 9 for the move have you any advice, tips etc.. To make sure I cover all needed in the move, I am very proactive and fought hard for his place in the school he has now so am prepared if needed! Thanks in advance ... 

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