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My kid is entering primary seven in august 2011. A letter was sent home with her today(2 days before end of term) stating that she will be moved to a primary 6/7 composite class. As a father of a ten year old entering her last year in primary, I feel this would be detrimental to her health / and her education. Is there any legal term to help me/her avoid this (can I arrange a meeting over the next 2 days with the school to discuss getting her placed back in her original primary seven class therefore continuing her studies with same classmates.

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Asked by J5175 Wednesday Jun 22nd 2011 in Other - Education
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All schools are mostly aware and willing to work with parents of their students. If you go and talk with the school they will listen to you and tell you what you can do. They seem to think your daughter is smart and ahead of her class but as a parent it is a decision that is yours to make especially if you are scared for her saftey and growth. If you do run into any trouble you could file a formal complaint on the subject with the district.

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