He is non verbal and is at the first stages of sign language. He has global developmental delay. He has been on a toileting programme at school to try and get him out of nappies. Last Novembertwo teaching assistant witnessed my son standing outside of the toilet crying and signing toileting with both of his hands usually it is one hand and said he was very distressed.
He is non verbal and is at the first stages of sign language. He has global developmental delay. He has been on a toileting programme at school to try and get him out of nappies.
Last Novembertwo teaching assistant witnessed my son standing outside of the toilet crying and signing toileting with both of his hands usually it is one hand and said he was very distressed. The teaching assistant TA who was with my son stood in front of the toilet door and refused to let him go.
It was reported to his teacher and a formal investigation was held by the school. On the 1 May this year a hearing was held at the school.
I was sent a letter last week advising me this TA is still employed with the school. I can not express how upset I am that she is still working there.
I am worried about her still working there with venerable children. I expressed all of my concerns to the head teacher last November. The head teacher informed me I was not allowed to know who the TA was and was given the limited information above due to employee confidentiality.
They agreed to move her from my sons classroom at my request so I know who it is and have been advised not talk to her. I want to know exactly who witnessed it, what they saw and what the TA in question is saying happened.
I want to know what disciplinary action if any has been brought against her but no I have been told I have no rights even though it happened to my child. I have been left not trusting anyone. He is non verbal and has limited understanding. They have a safeguarding policy at the school - so why is she still there?
When I ask questions they just say a formal investigations has been carried out and appropriate action was taken.
I cannot express my anger, frustration and deep despair over this situation. Any advice would be very much appreciate as I feel I have no one to turn to.
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