Saturday 13th September, 11.30am - 1.30pm
The workshop aims to bring parents of children with learning difficulties or suspected SEN up-to-speed on the upcoming legislation, which sees the introduction of Education Health and Care Plans (EHCP) - giving parents control of a dedicated SEN budget - from this September onwards. Information
Maple Hayes Hall School is one of the select few day schools for dyslexics and underachievers which is inspected and approved by the Department for Education and Skills. The School is set in extensive grounds near Lichfield and caters for up to 120 children from 7 to 17 years. We have a worldwide reputation for our unique and effective teaching methods and for our examination results. After taking GCSE with us, most students go on to higher education at college or university. Parents who are considering placement of their child at Maple Hayes School, may be intending to place privately or they may be seeking a statement of special educational needs to cover the cost of the fees (and the cost of transport).
Maple Hayes Dyslexia School and Research Centre