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PostPosted: Sun Apr 19, 2015 8:29 pm 
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my DD is in y5, has been diagnosed with SPD and is very likely to have ASD. She is top of middle set academically and maths in particularly is a struggle. I have just found out that she is really anxious at school and tries desperately to fit in by masking her anxiety and confusion and copying the other girls. However, as she is getting older, it is more difficult for her because the social rules are more and more complex and she doesn't get them and is more and more sticking out as a sore thumb. She is in all girls school now and I wonder if she would be better off in a coed school. This is all new to us. We will go and see the GP to get to the bottom of this but I have to say the glove fits perfectly. We are based in west London, any recommendations for schools with good track record with Aspie girls would be gratefully received.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 20, 2015 8:29 am 
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If you were a bit further out, or interested in weekly boarding, then Leighton Park in Reading has been very supportive for the son of a friend of mine


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