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You and your child's school

Communicating with your child's school will prove to be a critical factor in your child's education. Your child needs you to represent her/him in terms of accessing supports, and keeping the school informed of her/his learning outside of school.

Suggestions for communicating with your child's school:

  • Request a meeting with your child's teacher & SNA

  • Discuss Classroom Support & School Support

  • Discuss what allocations will be given in order for your child's needs to be met effectively

  • Ask how you can be involved and how you can best support your child after school

  • Include your child in meetings in so much as is appropriate (be guided by your child's school)

  • Share copies of all reports (Speech & Language, Educational Psychology, Occupational therapy, previous school reports, etc etc) with your child's school.

By keeping communication channels open, parents and professionals can work as a team, resulting in a plan for how to best support your child and her/his individual needs.

"Excellence in education is when we do everything that we can to make sure they become everything that they can".

-Carol Ann Tomlinson

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