White Rose

Sorry to hear this but glad you didn’t get the added stress of his dad sitting there too.
Just remember your son has you and mums are great!
OK so he’s dyslexic, maybe he’ll struggle with some subjects but I bet he has strengths too. The school can help support him to find them and they have a duty to provide him with an education and to support him, just as you have to do your bit to get him to school.
Can you get an appointment with the SENCO and also the careers advisor so you can both go and discuss his options?
Thinking of you

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