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To be mad at the way my son was treated by nursery?

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FergusSingsTheBlues Fri 30-Nov-12 06:06:58

My mum told me yesterday that when she went to collect my son (2), she had to take him home without anything on his bottom half because he had had an accident. And there were no clothes for him to wear. Hes been sent o school with changes of clothes so They must have run out and nobody told me.

Nobody tried to call us, they know we live five minutes away and could have brought some trouseers down easily. They said they tried to email us, but nobody did. Were in scotland wheretemperatures have not risen much above freezing recently, so im just so upset. Im hurt that they let him sit around playing in his pants then just sent him home like that. Aibu to wanto make a stink? I did speak to the manager but she didnt seem o think it was that much of an issue.

whatsforyou Fri 30-Nov-12 08:29:49

Sirzy, no one is talking about having his bits on show and their is an indignity about being returned to the room in his pants, whether he is aware of this or not. Stripping a child to their nappy for an activity is different, if a nursery routinely had children dotting about in their nappies I would be concerned.
And at what age does it become an issue? Three? Four

whatsforyou Fri 30-Nov-12 08:32:22

Sorry, posted to soon!

I was trying to say, the age shouldn't matter. All children are entitled to dignity and respect.

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