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    Yes I was absolutely devastated dd started school (last monday) not only was I worried about her mainly hoping no kids are mean to her but also so sad that this chapter of our life was over and now she's a schoolie I'm still sad about it will take time to adjust but she enjoys going and needs it. And its a very proud moment when you pick them up and they have the biggest grin and excitedly tells you what they learned, who they played with , what they did. and dd had also been better behaved and way more loving and affectionate which I'm enjoying

    It will be ok try to wait till your in the car till you cry if you do and good luck too you both for your first day :-)


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    I spent time chatting to the other mums, the uniform shop ladies, the P&C parents. All and sundry.

    At some schools the P &C put on a morning tea for the prep mums on the first day. Great way to break the ice, share nerves and pass time.

    I hope he goes okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siansmum View Post
    My little girl starts school on Monday 6th, and I am sick to the stomach with worry and sadness. I should say that my daughter has Autism as well as quite a few other medical issues, so this is a huge step for her and me. I am going to miss her so very much, but more than that, I am so anxious about how she's going to cope at school. I know she'll cope ok academically as she's reading fluently already and is so keen to learn, but the real worry is how she'll go socially. I just want her to be happy at school and to be accepted by the other children and not be bullied for being different. I'm an ex Prep teacher, so I know how cruel some children can be. To add to my stress, my daughter isn't toilet trained. The school isn't concerned about this, but I am so worried that she's going to dirty her pull-up and the children will tease her.
    I'm dreading the 6th Feb - just never want it to arrive!!!
    Just wanted to say there was a boy with autism in DD's prep class year and I never saw anyone bully him. DD used to often hang around him at lunch too. Hope it goes okay for her


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