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Opinions on this please! This is the second time that this has happened. DS suffers from constipation which i have told nursery on several occasions but they seem to forgot. Lately he has been able to go regulary, but poo gets loose from dried prunes I give him to make sure the problem doesn't come back, Yesterday nursery called me to pick him up as apparently he was pale, complained of tummy ache and had two accidents. I came to pick him up to find him happily playing and cheerful, first thing he did was asking me for a snack as he was hungry (this is an hour after he finished his lunch).I spoke to his keyworker, explaining her that he had dried prunes to help things along. This was totally dismissed and I was told it's policy that he is not allowed to come in until 48hours after last symptoms.
So now, he is off yet another two days. He has not had anything wrong with him since I have picked him up (18 hours ago) and he never once complained of the so called tummy ache.
Can you get your GP to do a letter? DS is lactose intolerant so we needed a doctor's note so that he doesn't get sent home every time he got the runs (v infrequent now we're managing it but a weekly event at one stage) and to get special dietary needs addressed.
Just to clarify- nursery has reached outstanding in the last ofsted inspection. The issue I have is the fact, that I don't feel listened to when explaining what has caused his runny poo. Will talk to manager as suggested and get GP to write a note (good idea!)
That did occur to me but as I am a generally pessimistic person I have tried to dismis these thoughts. I found it rather strange when I was once called to pick up my son when he didn't look happy, did not smile that day but was absolutely healthy.on that occasion i was also told to keep him at home the following day despite obviously nothing being wrong with him (other than being in a bad mood that day!)
I have phoned them and politely explained, they have actually listened for the first time and told me he could come back in today (which he now won't as he is very excited to have a 'day off', but very helpful in terms of going back tomorrow instead of waiting until Friday)