Communicating with school
Talking to your child’s school can seem quite daunting. Whether you are preparing for a parent-teacher meeting, asking for an opportunity to speak to the teacher about a problem you’re concerned with or coping with a school exclusion there are ways of communicating with your child’s school that will help you get the result you’re hoping for.
In this section you’ll find advice on the best way to approach staff at school to deal with any issues that arise, managing allergies, and asking for holiday time, and you can also head over to our Forum where other parents will be able to offer you some great tips too.
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