My son has dyspraxia. How can I ensure he’s supported in school? – The Irish Times

The issue of communicating sensitive information concerning students with additional needs is highly sensitive and logistically complex one. Photograph: iStock

My son is in second year and has a diagnosis of dyspraxia. I met with the school principal prior to entry who reassured me my son would be supported in his learning by all teachers. So, I was shocked at a recent parent-teacher meeting to find two of his teachers who were not aware of his diagnosis. What rights does he have to ensure he is supported?

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