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Frewen College, Rye for dyslexic/adhd son.. feedback please!

(6 Posts)
mmm1 Tue 21-May-13 20:16:41

Hi
MY daughter started just before xmas 2012 at Frewen college in year 7.
She has settled in well. It is slightly difficult as the girls are few in number as yet ( used to be boys only school).
The teachers are great at helping the children fit in and it is relaxed and friendly. My daughter has social skills problems and can misunderstand and even with this and poor self esteem she is thriving.
I would definately recommend and i fought for funding for the place through tribunal. Cannot imagine how awful it would have been to send her to large mainstream. In just a few weeks people are noticing she is growing in confidence. smile

gastonscave Wed 22-Jun-11 11:08:54

Also look at www.northease.co.uk school just outside Lewes. My baby brother went there and absolutely loved it. Opened up his eyes to what he was capable of instead of what he wasn't

BCBG Wed 15-Jun-11 21:16:40

I live near it and have a very dyslexic dAughter but know nothing about it! How old is tour child? Sevenoaks Prep has a fantastic cutting edge Dyslexia Programme.

Northiam Tue 31-May-11 22:35:25

My son is in Year 7 at Frewen and has been at the school since 2008. We have been absolutely delighted with the school and our son has made great progress. Prior to Frewen he was in mainstream with a statement and had become a school refuser. His self esteem and confidence have grown so much and he now enjoys school. Have a look at their website www.frewencollege.co.uk. There are details on there of their open morning. I would recommend a visit. Hope that helps.

anyone??? thanks

We are considering Frewen college in Rye for our dyslexic/adhd son. Does anyone have any feedback/recommendation/experience of this particular school? Many thanks

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