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PostPosted: Tue Sep 18, 2007 1:04 pm 
Anyone else have a child with SEN taking hte 11+?
My son is profoundly deaf - am hoping he passes so that he can prove to himself that having a disability does not affect what he can do in life. SEN teacher at QEHS is lovely so fingers crossed


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Good luck to your son - hope all goes well for him. My daughter has asperger's and a Statement of SEN and her GS have been brilliant - what they lacked in experience they made up for in their willingness to learn and their enthusiasm to do the best for her. I suspect that most of the schools have little experience with the profoundly deaf so the fact that the SENCO is good is a major consideration!


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I have taught profoundly deaf pupils who have all achieved very highly at GS - the key is staff being aware e.g. if they use videos. A good SENCO will pass on this information.

GOOD LUCK!


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