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    Default Upset with the school

    Maybe not the school... Just the teachers on that day..

    My daughter Alex is almost 6 and in special ed prep at a mainstream school.
    Yesterday both her teacher and regular teacher aid were away sick.
    So they had two fill ins.

    When i picked Alex up at 3, she was wet with urine, right up the back of her shirt, and also had poo in her nickers How can they not notice????
    I told her regular teacher this morning and she was disgusted, just as i was!
    The HOD is talking to the two teachers today, one of whom is trained in special needs so theres really no excuse for letting my girl stay in her own waste.

    The normal teacher and teacher aid would and do change Alex as soon as she's had an accident.


    Am i over reacting or do you think it's their duty of care?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LivinOnAPrayer View Post
    Maybe not the school... Just the teachers on that day..

    My daughter Alex is almost 6 and in special ed prep at a mainstream school.
    Yesterday both her teacher and regular teacher aid were away sick.
    So they had two fill ins.

    When i picked Alex up at 3, she was wet with urine, right up the back of her shirt, and also had poo in her nickers How can they not notice????
    I told her regular teacher this morning and she was disgusted, just as i was!
    The HOD is talking to the two teachers today, one of whom is trained in special needs so theres really no excuse for letting my girl stay in her own waste.

    The normal teacher and teacher aid would and do change Alex as soon as she's had an accident.


    Am i over reacting or do you think it's their duty of care?
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    You are not over reacting. It is not only their duty if care it's their job.

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    Certaintly their duty of care, I would be so upset if I picked my child up from school like that As pp said its their job.

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    It's definitely their duty of care, it's also neglect. It makes me sick to think people like this are looking after our children :-(

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    Totally agree MarkandSandy. the poor little darling.

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    Thanks guys, good to have my feelings validated. I was not impressed!

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    Oh hun! Not on at all . Poor Miss A. I'm glad her regular staff are back .

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