If English is not your primary language
The school must communicate with you in your primary language.
- every letter,
- phone call,
- meeting and
The school should give you with all written documents in English and in your primary language.
They must use an interpreter if needed. The interpreter should be:
- fluent in English and
- your primary language and
- have training in the role of an interpreter,
special education terms, and confidentiality.
If you cannot read or you are blind or deaf, the school must give you all the information you need in a way you understand.
Tell the school know the best way to contact you - phone calls, texts, or emails