Tag Archives: inclusion

I’m back

Hello world.  It’s been a long time since I wrote here.  So I thought I’d drop you a line to let you know i’m still around and give you a brief update. So much has happened over the last month. … Continue reading

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Primary School Memories

So, my Son has left his primary school.  There were the usual parties and end of year / leavers assemblies, which were all lovely.  But they never quite capture all the memories for every person. My little man did brilliantly … Continue reading

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United we Stand, Divided we fall – Part 1.

Anyone who has read any of my blog before will have worked out that I do rather a lot of thinking and analysing of how our actions and behaviour etc. can impact on others.  I also worry rather a lot … Continue reading

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High School Panic on Hold

Hello all, I just thought I’d drop you a little update following my rather frazzled post on Tuesday and the worry about the High School induction. I’m pleased to say things are all a little calmer here at the moment. … Continue reading

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School Induction Nerves

So, we’re off to High School this evening.  This is our first official induction visit.  Mums and Dads and Kids.  First the children will be split into their tutor groups and taken off to classrooms whilst us parents are given … Continue reading

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Feelings of Sadness for parents of disabled children

I read a blog post last night which made me feel so sad.  It wasn’t the post itself that upset me, but many of the comments left and reactions by others who seemed very quick to jump to conclusions and … Continue reading

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The Campaign for Accessible Transport

This week has been so mad, there is so much going on here.  So many issues and so many things to talk about.  I don’t really know where to start and I haven’t got a lot of time to write … Continue reading

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My Top Ten Pet Hates

I Have been grumbling a lot about things lately, so I thought I’d share some of the things that really irritate me and my family.  Some of these will be generally familiar and some highlight some of the particular narks … Continue reading

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My thoughts About the changes to ‘Special Education’

Yesterday the Head Teacher of my Son’s primary school told me that the laptop computer they ordered for B has arrived.  Well this is great, but I can’t help feeling it is all a little too late and being angry … Continue reading

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Inclusion or Not – That is the Question!

This is going to be a bit of philosophising post. Less about our family and more about my feelings and debates about decisions. As a disabled person my values and beliefs are very much based on ‘the social model’ of … Continue reading

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