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cookielove Wed 27-Feb-13 23:21:42

You need to pay the notice period, they can take you to court if you choose not to pay. I do agree that you should pull out your child and find somewhere new though.

babySophieRose Tue 26-Feb-13 21:54:45

That is what I am thinking to do, just checking for opinions. Thanks

lisad123everybodydancenow Tue 26-Feb-13 12:11:38

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

babySophieRose Tue 26-Feb-13 12:07:57

Sorry, posted too soon
My DD 16 months, has been going to nursery two days a week for 3 weeks. For this time she has been knock down twice, hurting her head and back ( when she has been left outside under two years old area, as nursery is open plan), she is not eating at all and staff doesn't seems to be bothered or try to encourage her. Last time I went to pick her up she was very miserable and when at home I discovered she was wearing the nappie I put her in in the morning ( it has a tear at front and was a different brand to the ones I leave there for her) and was almost dry, which means that she hasn't have even a drink all day, despite not eating. Her temperate was 39.6C and no one noticed.:'( As I asked as every time how was she, I had the usual answer : ' She was fine, just fine, played a lot, very happy' which obviously is not true and I have been told two different scenarios about how she injured herself. I am very concerned about her well-being and safety, it is obvious staff are lying. Spoke to manager and are about to go and meet her, but she is leaving at the end of the week. I am thinking of leaving this nursery and was wondering if anyone know if I have to give them a one month notice due to circumstances or just make an official complaint and cancel the Standing Order. Thanks

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