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    If it's wee they change, if it's poo they call the parents. The same in school.

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    yeah I wouldn't worry I've helped change prep kids who have wet/ pooed themselves at after school care. we do regular toilet breaks but the preps are always so excite playing that they forget to go so in prep these kids had no spare clothes so I just had to get one kid to take off his poey undies and just wear his shorts til his dad came.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    yeah I wouldn't worry I've helped change prep kids who have wet/ pooed themselves at after school care. we do regular toilet breaks but the preps are always so excite playing that they forget to go so in prep these kids had no spare clothes so I just had to get one kid to take off his poey undies and just wear his shorts til his dad came.
    After school care staff usually change pooey pants, but not classroom teachers. DD has her own aide, and aides can often change poo but not always, and teachers can't do anything that takes them awsy from the rest of the class.

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    yeah that's true but guess we are talking kindy not school so they should still expect accidents

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    yeah that's true but guess we are talking kindy not school so they should still expect accidents
    I thought kindy as part of school, not kindy in daycare.

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    are you serious? some schools call you to clean them up?!

    at the girls school they ask for spare clothes in their bag until year 1. if there's an accident they clean them up and put the wet clothes in a bag.

    I've been lucky with my girls and only 1 accident from dd1 in 4yr old kindy. its no big deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    I thought kindy as part of school, not kindy in daycare.
    think she said 4 year kindy but still any prior to school settings should be prepare for accidents


 

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