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when my son was in mainstream nursery (what an awful time) my son couldnt handle it and it made his sleeping problems worse which made his behaviour worse. i told them he had learning difficulties, i was just getting my own head round it but i was pretty sure he needed support. i said if you put the effort in with him to start you will get a lot out of him such as eye contact and some communication and he would play happily. they said ok, but by the end of the session they said they didnt have time to do that. he was left alone most of the time and all the other Children just avoided him, on a morning they all would run away from him and al he wanted to do was play and he didnt understand. he started to wet himself through the day and took to growling like an animal. i was told he could only wear soft shoes and to keep him off when he hadnt had much sleep. but then they turned that on me in a report of why he was having difficulties. i dropped him off one morning and saw all the Children holding hands and saying oh we dont want to play with reece and they ran off - i burst into tears and his teacher reassured me he had friends. then at the end of the setting she said to me very bluntly 'he has no friends because he pokes them instead of saying there names' - the fact that he couldnt talk would have been why. she then started to poke me and say would you like it if someone was doing this to you.
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(10-23-2009, 09:34 PM)becky29 Wrote: she then started to poke me and say would you like it if someone was doing this to you.

I would either of answered that with the following:

1)i dont know let me try it on you and see if you like me still

2)Well your poking me but its not because of that i dont like you its just because your a gormless idiotBig Grin

That would have told her.........................................Tongue
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at the time my head was constantly spinning and it was an awful time, my mouth was just wide open and my eyes were filling up. it wasnt my son fault they should have been helping him and not sticking him on the naughty chair on which he was swinging on and hit his head then an accident form. in the end he made friends with a chinese little girl who hardly spoke any english and they stuck together.

my daughter at her nursery setting happens to be close with a polish girl so it must be something about the speech skills. well after a meeting not so long ago communications and interaction team were having a good go at my daughter moving on to this awful nursery my son attended. i went for a visit even though i already knew them and i said i would only consider it if she had her own full time one to one keyworker and i went on to say to the teachers who treated my son badly that there was no way what reece was treated like was going to happen to alex. they were shocked id said it but then said we wouldnt have her without the statement anyway.

in my next peadritcian (sp) appointment i said that i felt sick to my stomach about sending her there and she said to take her name off the list that day and we will help you keep her where she is. it worked, and now im sort of getting the hang of shouting out for what your child needs - although its not my nature
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Was this a private nursery or a state nursery?
We pulled our boy out of private nursery as his medical needs and social needs were being ignored.
Nothing worse than telling them things time and time again and they still dont do it.Dodgy
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this was the mainstream nursery attached to the school where he is now. the other nursery is a barnados one which i think gets funding from the lottery and a charity and they have specialist teachers there and they just care about you and your child, they have help me loads


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