At the orientation they said to pack spares for in case they have an accident, so I don't think our school will call you to pick him up/change him if he has an accident.
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26-01-2012 14:28 #11-
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26-01-2012 14:31 #12
Great seems I'll have to call them and ask how they handle it. Bloody ridiculous given my 3 year old has had one accident since he decided to wear jocks just after his 2nd birthday, here I am a year later and my oldest still has accidents!
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26-01-2012 14:31 #13
26-01-2012 14:39 #14
Thermi. Is he preschool/prep/kindy
Or starting big school
When we have kids have accidents at work I'm in the preschool room 3-5 so all are toileting unless additional needs. We just say its an accident they get changed into their own spare clothes or centre clothes and wet clothes are bagged and patents notified at the end of the day. I try and get them to use their shelf help skills as much as they can so they remove their own clothes put them in the bag and I'll pass out the clean clothes and put the wets in their bag, while they redress. Of course if they need assisting getting clothes or off I'll help them
When my brother started kindergarten/formal school he had an accident one recess and I was called and had to go up to the school with spare clothes for him and change him. I was actually mortified when I got there as they called at the start of recess and by the time I got up there they were just going back into class and he'd been allowed to play and go back to class with wet clothes on. Why wasn't he in sick bay I was so upset and embarrassed for him
26-01-2012 14:42 #15
My son actually had a poo accident at kindy (I was so surprised as it had been over a year since he'd done that!). The EA cleaned him up, poor woman!
That was 4yo kindy which is connected to the primary school.
26-01-2012 14:53 #16
It's a 4 year old kindy connected to a school, I should of asked B&B as our children are going to the same one I just hope he doesn't poop at school in his pants! I kind of hoped he would of been 100% TT by now
Took the red pill.
26-01-2012 15:44 #17
26-01-2012 15:47 #18
26-01-2012 15:56 #19
I would recommend starting a sticker chart (or similar) reward system to encourage dry days. That way he won't lose sight of it and will be second nature.
I am sure he will be fine. They do regular toileting times too.
26-01-2012 15:59 #20
It's not that staff WON'T do it, child protection says we can't do it!! But if he can change himself they will verbally assist. If not, they will give you a call!
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