February Half Term 2020

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Phase Transfer.

phase transfer.

Firstly, if I could give another parent/carer any advice when going through the school phase transfer process, I would encourage you to have a good support network around you. Likewise, transitioning to a new phase of education (from my experience) is emotionally draining and has put a lot of stress on me.

I won’t go into too much detail, but it’s questionable if an EHCP is a person-centred approach when the person’s views remain disregarded. I will have to appeal against the contents of my son’s EHCP.

BAPS Blog Awards Nomination.

baps awards 2020

It’s an honour to be a finalist in the Newcomer category for the BAPS (bloody awesome parents) SEND Blog Awards 2020. My Family, Our Needs, and Bringing Us Together created the BAPS.

SEND Blog Awards.

Voting for the SEND Blog Awards is now opened, and you can vote for Positively ASD if you like as a Newcomer. However, more importantly, the link provides you with a connection of many amazing SEND bloggers and community groups to follow:


Museum of Computing.

Computer Museum.

We visited The National Museum of Computing at the start of the holidays, where my son got a chance to look at the history of computers and played on games in the games and simulation gallery. He even got to experience how long some games that I played back in the day took to load. (as I laugh to myself). I will be writing up a full post explaining more about our day here.

On our way driving home, a flashing light on my car dashboard came on warning me to turn the engine off. I had to call for breakdown recovery. My car was overheating because the water pump was leaking. Luckily for me, my son’s dad is a mechanic. (problem solved).


Cinema and Dentist.

My son and I went to the cinema to watch The Call of the Wild. I wasn’t too sure if I was going to like the film but was pleasantly surprised that I did. My son said that he enjoyed it too as he loves dog movies.

Today my son had a routine dental check-up, where his dentist was pleased with his oral health. His brushing technique has also improved. His previous orthodontist appointment was cancelled and rescheduled for next month. Apart from that, all is good. (There is also a previous blog that I wrote about my son’s dentist experience).

Lastly, this afternoon we met up with a couple of friends and their kids so that the children could enjoy some time trampolining.

Half-Term Related Post: May Half Term and February Half-Term 2021.