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ever decreasing circles...

(109 Posts)
imogengladhart Tue 29-Jan-13 10:09:39

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Badvoc Sat 02-Feb-13 21:52:07

That is all kinds of fucked up Imogen isn't it? sad
Wrt ooh gp they will only send him to a and e if he is seriously ill.
I think he needs some cold sore meds/acyclovir (herpes meds)
And it means you can keep him off school next week as you have new to ooh gp and he has been seen.

MareeyaDolores Sat 02-Feb-13 21:56:43

NHS direct always say go to A&E, so if you ring them, it's their fault wink

lougle Sat 02-Feb-13 22:03:11

I do get that, imogen, I really do. I felt similarly, despite it only being the HT heavily implying that I was fabricating. It hadn't gone any further at all. Add to that, the situation was only escalated in 3 weeks!

Bottom line, I've got to live with my decisions when I look back as an old lady. At least if it goes pear-shaped, it already was. If I didn't try, I'd never know if I could have changed life for her.

You have got to do something. This is not going to change, it really isn't. Your DS isn't going to suddenly say

"You know what...this school, with it's unchallenged bullying by children and teachers, it's lack of support and the fact that everyone blames me for having SEN....well it's ok really, because it's better than the other really terrible one..."

imogengladhart Sat 02-Feb-13 22:42:26

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imogengladhart Sun 03-Feb-13 09:51:09

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imogengladhart Mon 04-Feb-13 11:55:11

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Badvoc Mon 04-Feb-13 12:20:15

Oh poor ds.
Yes, do get him into gp.

imogengladhart Wed 06-Feb-13 10:16:48

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imogengladhart Thu 07-Feb-13 10:47:07

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