Nursery staff lost my daughter but no one seemed to care
DEAR DEIDRE: I AM so concerned about the nursery my children attend that I want to expose their shortcomings.
I discovered my two-year-old daughter had been found wandering outside on her own.
My son has twice suffered after being hit over the head and bitten by another child. He is three.
I am a 38-year-old dad. I feel very strongly about this. I have spoken to the staff about my concerns, but after saying they would look into it, I feel as though I have been ignored.
I contacted Ofsted about the nursery, but the case was dropped.
I don’t want other children to suffer in the same way as my children have. Who will take my concerns seriously?
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DEIDRE SAYS: No parent wants to hear that their child has been neglected or that another child is harming them. The nursery has a duty of care to protect children from injury.
It’s important your concerns are properly considered. So do look into informing your local council or your MP.
You can also get advice from Child Law Advice, who will understand the issues here (childlawadvice.org.uk, 0300 330 5480).
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