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So i have several health issues that need carefully managed. My son has just started nursery and the induction week is bizarre. Parents have to stay and attend all week, i already have a migraine from the fluorescent lights in there today. Anyway i have previously tried to address my health issues with the head teacher and she basically said sge is not there so i can rest at home, my health is not an excuse ect. My problem is this nursery has mandatory parent attendance for at least two hours per week and trips. I have explained i can say a day in advance but i do not know on that particular day if i will be able to attend or take part. This coming friday is a trip to the park. Its a considerable walk with no toilit near by, my life is designed around be accessible to a tolit. I also know it will cause me to crash. I have been told i must attend or lose the placement. Where do i stand with this? can they force me, no other nurseries in the area do this. Also no placements elsewhere and i only got this place due to health reasons, yet they won't accommodate.
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