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Ds temperature of 38.4- nursery or no?

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Newhouseyeah Fri 22-Jun-18 06:54:59

Otherwise seems fine. Eating, drinking and happy confused

GeorgieTheGorgeousGoat Fri 22-Jun-18 06:55:59

No that’s quite high. I don’t accept children with temps 38+

Newhouseyeah Fri 22-Jun-18 06:59:56

Do you run a nursery Georgie?

Lorraine265 Fri 22-Jun-18 06:59:57

No of course not

AgentJohnson Fri 22-Jun-18 07:00:03

Hell no.

BertrandRussell Fri 22-Jun-18 07:00:38

Why did you take his temperature?

BlueBug45 Fri 22-Jun-18 07:00:38

How old's the child?

Pastaagain78 Fri 22-Jun-18 07:01:30

No

Jengnr Fri 22-Jun-18 07:01:34

If he’s fine in himself I’d send him in, warn them he had a high temp and be prepared to have to leave work early if need be.

Nicknacky Fri 22-Jun-18 07:01:38

I assume your child is unwell in some way if you are taking temperature?

Newhouseyeah Fri 22-Jun-18 07:01:57

Took temp because he felt hot. He's 15 months. When he's been ill before it's been VERY obvious and temp has been sky high so 38 something doesn't seem too bad by comparison! Sounds like he's having a Daddy day though!

Witchend Fri 22-Jun-18 07:02:07

No way, and I'm quite relaxed about temperatures.

woodywoo2 Fri 22-Jun-18 07:04:08

No absolutely not

Pippioddstocking Fri 22-Jun-18 07:04:14

Absolutely not , it's not fair on your child or the other children.

GeorgieTheGorgeousGoat Fri 22-Jun-18 07:04:18

I’m a childminder

user1483387154 Fri 22-Jun-18 07:04:48

Not when over 38

Sashkin Fri 22-Jun-18 07:05:48

Personally I’d dose him up with calpol and shove him out of the door, but it isn’t the right thing to do. Nursery may well call you back to pick him up again.

(I should note that I’d never send mine with anything contagious, just normal toddler snuffles).

Camomila Fri 22-Jun-18 07:08:07

No. Temperature usually peaks in the afternoon - if its so high now, it might get up as high as 39 later.

Hope he feels better soon!

bumbleymummy Fri 22-Jun-18 07:08:43

No, no nursery today. Hope he feels better soon.

People shouldn’t be ‘dosing up with calpol’ to get their children into school/nursery hmm

Snowysky20009 Fri 22-Jun-18 07:09:28

Def not

FriendsDontLie Fri 22-Jun-18 07:12:40

When I worked in a nursery, it is incredibly obvious when a child has had calpol. So please don’t do that! We would have sent a child home if they were .5 degrees higher than the highest range, so 37.7. 38+ is a fever

Monny1 Fri 22-Jun-18 07:15:46

Definitely not!

Gammeldragz Fri 22-Jun-18 07:17:19

No. He's probably contagious.

Sharkwithknees Fri 22-Jun-18 07:17:26

My DD could seem fine as a baby with a temperature, then suddenly be very ill with it. It's a pita I know, but I wouldn't send her

TheFirstMrsDV Fri 22-Jun-18 07:22:22

You don't send kids to nursery or school with a temperature.

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