The situation you are in is understandable very difficult, and although moving your daughter to another school does seem the best solution, if it is not financially feasible another solution must be sought.
Would it be at all possible for the psychologist who made the suggestion to move schools, to come to your next meeting with you? Not only would you have some moral support, she may be able to provide some much needed information to the school. Although I have no doubt you have tried to explain the neurological side to the school, they may take more notice if it came from a professional.
If she is not able to personally attend, a motivational letter from her regarding what your daughter requires from her current school may also help (preferably without any mention of moving schools as the school may then see this as the only way forward).
In addition, depending on your area, please contact Dr Jeeva (0116841621) a psychiatrist specialising in ADHD and request a school talk. He does talks at many schools to educate the parents and teachers about ADHD.
Best of luck,
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