Dad pulls daughter out of nursery after another child bites her twice in months

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A FATHER has taken his three-year-old daughter out of nursery after being bitten by another child for the second time in months.

The father, who requested to not be named, made the chief various when his daughter returned residence from Butterflies Nursery in Grimsby on Tuesday with a chew on her arm.

A father took his daughter out of nursery consequently of she obtained proper right here residence with a chew markCredit: MEN Media

He turned irritated by the incidents that occurred in May and September – saying additional should be carried out to cease children being damage.

When his child first acquired bitten in May, the daddy was not impressed with how the nursery dealt with the state of affairs.

He acknowledged: “I asked for a full incident report from the nursery but I wasn’t happy with the response because it made no offer to make an amend to show children that biting is wrong. It just said what happened which they apologised for.”

The father then determined to take the matter to OFSTED who acknowledged they could not take a look at the problem further because of this of it was a single incident.

When his daughter returned residence with another chew on her arm on Tuesday, factors obtained proper right here to a head.

“I’ve had to take my daughter out of the nursery now because enough is enough,” he acknowledged.

“We’re looking for a new nursery now because I don’t want these incidents to bring the worst out of her because she’s a lovely little girl and I don’t want this experience to change her.”

Sara Wagstaff, Early Years Manager at Butterflies Nursery, acknowledged youthful children would not have the abilities to deal with in sure circumstances and should chew for a quantity of causes.

She acknowledged: “Our nursery places the welfare of the children on the coronary coronary coronary heart of our imaginative and prescient, to get the right outcomes for them potential.

“We always reflect on any incidents, such as one child biting another, to minimise any repeated incidents.”

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