Dear Tears of dispare,
I can hear you have tried everything possible for your son and only want what is best for him. Changing schools can be a very difficult time for both parent and child. On the one hand you want your child to be in the best environment possible, yet on the other you do not wish to move him from his friends. I wonder why, if he has a good teacher and is happy at the school, you are considering moving him? Is it purely the distance? If so, moving to a closer school can have the benefits of a slightly later start to the morning as well as being less rushed. Another point to consider is which school will understand him and his difficulties better? It is very important that he be supported and encouraged rather than made to feel that he is not as clever as others in his class.
I hope this gives you some answers.
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