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20 Feb 19
Business Industry Reports

This report offers start to finish examination of “Global Drywall Screws Market Outlook 2019-2023” using SWOT examination for Strength, Weakness, Opportunities and Threat to the association. The Drywall Screws Market report similarly gives an all around survey of key players in the market association. Global Drywall Screws Market Overview: The Drywall Screws industry has also suffered a […]

20 Feb 19
Pri Io Ajn

Le silence est d’or. 沉默是金. Milczenie jest złotem. O silêncio é ouro. Vaikeneminen on kultaa. Silence is golden. Hallgatni arany. Il silenzio è d’oro. Silento estas ora. Tio estas esprimo en multaj lingvoj. Ĝi havas du sencojn en la angla. Ĝi povas signifi ke diri nenion estas pli bona elekto ol diri ion. Ĝi povas […]

18 Feb 19
Echo Chamber Uncut

So, you have an idea, you want to help people and you’d like to set up an organisation which is focussed on social good above profit, but how do you do that? We are going to share some of our journey, some things we experienced that we did not expect. Way back in 2012 Elizabeth […]

18 Feb 19
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Role summary: Flo’s Nature Nursery are looking for a Senior Early Years Practitioner/Deputy (level 3 or above) – part time (approx. 26 hours/week), permanent £17100 – £20000 (depending on qualifications and experience).We are looking for an inspiring person who loves working with young children outdoors. Full details on our webiste here: https://www.flosoxford.org.uk/nursery/nursery-staff/ Job location (usual […]

18 Feb 19
Not Your Average Mum Life

When Anabelle first got accepted into her new school I was told by the SENCO that I should apply for her statement. I know either myself or the school can apply but they wanted me to. In her previous school (and most of the uk) you no longer apply for a statement you apply for […]

18 Feb 19
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17 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
A MUM has been dragged to court after she took her autistic daughter on a family holiday during term-time – following her “doctor’s orders”. Rhiannon Lee, eight, who was diagnosed with autism five years ago, went to Cornwall for five days in July with mum Suzanne and dad Ben. Suzanne Lee and her eight year old daughter Rhiannon who has autism Smith’s Wood Primary Academy said Rhiannon’s absence was not authorised The Smith’s Wood Primary Academy pupil, has not been on a holiday since she was six months old. Suzanne told Rhiannon’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) teacher that the young girl had been struggling with “very high levels of anxiety” towards the end of the school year. [quote credit=”Mum Suzanne Lee”]If only the headteacher saw my daughter each and every night screaming and crying! Maybe he would understand why we needed a holiday?[/quote] It was recommended that she goes on holiday with her family, but Suzanne highlighted how Rhiannon’s anxiety levels stop her from coping during the “main holiday season when it is extremely busy and noisy”. Suzanne told Birmingham Mail: “Everything changes in the last week of term as the pupils start getting ready for their new classes. “There is no continuity that week and she usually stresses a lot during this time because she doesn’t cope very well with change.” After informing the SENCO teacher, the family received a grant to go on their Haven holiday. [quote credit=”Headteacher Mr J Talbot”]Around 20 per cent of pupils have additional needs and this in itself does not constitute an ‘exceptional circumstance'[/quote] But in September, when she returned for the new school year, Suzanne received a letter from headteacher Mr J Talbot. He wrote: “It has come to my attention that your child was absent from school due to a Leave of Absence taken in Term Time. “I understand this absence was due to a family holiday as confirmed by Mother Mrs Suzanne Lee to a member of staff.” Suzanne and Ben were fined £60 each, which soared to £350 when they didn’t pay the fine immediately. The case is set to be heard in court next week. [boxout headline=”LEGAL RULES ON TERM-TIME HOLIDAYS”]Under section 444(1) of the Education Act 1996 it is considered an offence if a child of compulsory school age and is a registered pupil at a school, fails to regularly attend school. The child’s parent will be guilty of an offence. It is a defence for a parent charged with an offence to prove that he had a reasonable justification for his failure to cause the child to attend regularly at the school. Solihull Council told Suzanne the term “regularly” in this case means, “in accordance with the school’s policy”. Rhiannon’s school, Smith’s Wood Primary Academy told Suzanne all holiday requests are considered on a case by case basis. They claimed at least 20 per cent of pupils have additional needs, and this in itself does not constittue an “exceptional circumstance”. [/boxout] Rhiannon’s paediatrician, Dr Judith Davidson, replied to the letter, without Suzanne’s knowledge and wrote: “I appreciate it is very important for children to be in school so that their education is not affected and I would entirely agree. “However, in some circumstances for our families with complex children, the benefit of a family holiday for the child’s emotional and mental health, is sometimes as important as their formal education.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Smith’s Wood Primary Academy is one of the top 10 school in Solihull, according to the Real Schools Guide. Suzanne believes her daughter has a “97.9 per cent attendance rate and has top marks in every subject”. She added: “If only the headteacher saw my daughter each and every night screaming and crying! Maybe he would understand why we needed a holiday?” Rhiannon was diagnosed with autism when she was three, but she had not been on a holiday since she was just six months old Suzanne took Rhiannon to Cornwall for five days as her anxiety levels were ‘very high’ Solihull Council said Suzanne committed the offence of stopping Rhiannon from attending school Rhiannon’s Paediatirician Dr Judith Davidson insisted that her ’emotional and mental health’ is as important as her education [bc_video video_id=”5569689329001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Two-year-old with autism falls in love with Snow White”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
17 Feb 19
The Sun
A MUM has been dragged to court after she took her autistic daughter on a family holiday during term-time – following her “doctor’s orders”. Rhiannon Lee, eight, who was diagnosed with autism five years ago, went to Cornwall for five days in July with mum Suzanne and dad Ben. Suzanne Lee and her eight year old daughter Rhiannon who has autism Smith’s Wood Primary Academy said Rhiannon’s absence was not authorised The Smith’s Wood Primary Academy pupil, has not been on a holiday since she was six months old. Suzanne told Rhiannon’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) teacher that the young girl had been struggling with “very high levels of anxiety” towards the end of the school year. [quote credit=”Mum Suzanne Lee”]If only the headteacher saw my daughter each and every night screaming and crying! Maybe he would understand why we needed a holiday?[/quote] It was recommended that she goes on holiday with her family, but Suzanne highlighted how Rhiannon’s anxiety levels stop her from coping during the “main holiday season when it is extremely busy and noisy”. Suzanne told Birmingham Mail: “Everything changes in the last week of term as the pupils start getting ready for their new classes. “There is no continuity that week and she usually stresses a lot during this time because she doesn’t cope very well with change.” After informing the SENCO teacher, the family received a grant to go on their Haven holiday. [quote credit=”Headteacher Mr J Talbot”]Around 20 per cent of pupils have additional needs and this in itself does not constitute an ‘exceptional circumstance'[/quote] But in September, when she returned for the new school year, Suzanne received a letter from headteacher Mr J Talbot. He wrote: “It has come to my attention that your child was absent from school due to a Leave of Absence taken in Term Time. “I understand this absence was due to a family holiday as confirmed by Mother Mrs Suzanne Lee to a member of staff.” Suzanne and Ben were fined £60 each, which soared to £350 when they didn’t pay the fine immediately. The case is set to be heard in court next week. [boxout headline=”LEGAL RULES ON TERM-TIME HOLIDAYS”]Under section 444(1) of the Education Act 1996 it is considered an offence if a child of compulsory school age and is a registered pupil at a school, fails to regularly attend school. The child’s parent will be guilty of an offence. It is a defence for a parent charged with an offence to prove that he had a reasonable justification for his failure to cause the child to attend regularly at the school. Solihull Council told Suzanne the term “regularly” in this case means, “in accordance with the school’s policy”. Rhiannon’s school, Smith’s Wood Primary Academy told Suzanne all holiday requests are considered on a case by case basis. They claimed at least 20 per cent of pupils have additional needs, and this in itself does not constittue an “exceptional circumstance”. [/boxout] Rhiannon’s paediatrician, Dr Judith Davidson, replied to the letter, without Suzanne’s knowledge and wrote: “I appreciate it is very important for children to be in school so that their education is not affected and I would entirely agree. “However, in some circumstances for our families with complex children, the benefit of a family holiday for the child’s emotional and mental health, is sometimes as important as their formal education.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ NEWS” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Smith’s Wood Primary Academy is one of the top 10 school in Solihull, according to the Real Schools Guide. Suzanne believes her daughter has a “97.9 per cent attendance rate and has top marks in every subject”. She added: “If only the headteacher saw my daughter each and every night screaming and crying! Maybe he would understand why we needed a holiday?” Rhiannon was diagnosed with autism when she was three, but she had not been on a holiday since she was just six months old Suzanne took Rhiannon to Cornwall for five days as her anxiety levels were ‘very high’ Solihull Council said Suzanne committed the offence of stopping Rhiannon from attending school Rhiannon’s Paediatirician Dr Judith Davidson insisted that her ’emotional and mental health’ is as important as her education [bc_video video_id=”5569689329001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Two-year-old with autism falls in love with Snow White”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
17 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
A MUM has been dragged to court after she took her autistic daughter on a family holiday during term-time – following her “doctor’s orders”. Rhiannon Lee, eight, who was diagnosed with autism five years ago, went to Cornwall for five days in July with mum Suzanne and dad Ben. Suzanne Lee and her eight year old daughter Rhiannon who has autism Smith’s Wood Primary Academy said Rhiannon’s absence was not authorised The Smith’s Wood Primary Academy pupil, has not been on a holiday since she was six months old. Suzanne told Rhiannon’s Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) teacher that the young girl had been struggling with “very high levels of anxiety” towards the end of the school year. [quote credit=”Mum Suzanne Lee”]If only the headteacher saw my daughter each and every night screaming and crying! Maybe he would understand why we needed a holiday?[/quote] It was recommended that she goes on holiday with her family, but Suzanne highlighted how Rhiannon’s anxiety levels stop her from coping during the “main holiday season when it is extremely busy and noisy”. Suzanne told Birmingham Mail: “Everything changes in the last week of term as the pupils start getting ready for their new classes. “There is no continuity that week and she usually stresses a lot during this time because she doesn’t cope very well with change.” After informing the SENCO teacher, the family received a grant to go on their Haven holiday. [quote credit=”Headteacher Mr J Talbot”]Around 20 per cent of pupils have additional needs and this in itself does not constitute an ‘exceptional circumstance'[/quote] But in September, when she returned for the new school year, Suzanne received a letter from headteacher Mr J Talbot. He wrote: “It has come to my attention that your child was absent from school due to a Leave of Absence taken in Term Time. “I understand this absence was due to a family holiday as confirmed by Mother Mrs Suzanne Lee to a member of staff.” Suzanne and Ben were fined £60 each, which soared to £350 when they didn’t pay the fine immediately. The case is set to be heard in court next week. [boxout headline=”LEGAL RULES ON TERM-TIME HOLIDAYS”]Under section 444(1) of the Education Act 1996 it is considered an offence if a child of compulsory school age and is a registered pupil at a school, fails to regularly attend school. The child’s parent will be guilty of an offence. It is a defence for a parent charged with an offence to prove that he had a reasonable justification for his failure to cause the child to attend regularly at the school. Solihull Council told Suzanne the term “regularly” in this case means, “in accordance with the school’s policy”. Rhiannon’s school, Smith’s Wood Primary Academy told Suzanne all holiday requests are considered on a case by case basis. They claimed at least 20 per cent of pupils have additional needs, and this in itself does not constittue an “exceptional circumstance”. [/boxout] Rhiannon’s paediatrician, Dr Judith Davidson, replied to the letter, without Suzanne’s knowledge and wrote: “I appreciate it is very important for children to be in school so that their education is not affected and I would entirely agree. “However, in some circumstances for our families with complex children, the benefit of a family holiday for the child’s emotional and mental health, is sometimes as important as their formal education.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] Smith’s Wood Primary Academy is one of the top 10 school in Solihull, according to the Real Schools Guide. Suzanne believes her daughter has a “97.9 per cent attendance rate and has top marks in every subject”. She added: “If only the headteacher saw my daughter each and every night screaming and crying! Maybe he would understand why we needed a holiday?” Rhiannon was diagnosed with autism when she was three, but she had not been on a holiday since she was just six months old Suzanne took Rhiannon to Cornwall for five days as her anxiety levels were ‘very high’ Solihull Council said Suzanne committed the offence of stopping Rhiannon from attending school Rhiannon’s Paediatirician Dr Judith Davidson insisted that her ’emotional and mental health’ is as important as her education [bc_video video_id=”5569689329001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Two-year-old with autism falls in love with Snow White”] We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368 . You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
16 Feb 19
sencogoldanddiamonds

    Platinum has derived from the Spanish word ‘platina’ which literally means is ‘Little Silver’. Platinum jewellery has been tagged as a piece of the most precious and expensive jewellery. It’s characteristics (like purity, rarity and strength) make it different among the others.   It is a soft metal but heavy in weight. Platinum […]

15 Feb 19
Rosie and ME

Over a year in and I can’t really say that it’s got any easier. I think we have learnt to ‘live’ with it. I haven’t got used to having a child with an illness and I’m not sure that I can quite believe or accept that she’s now home educated and isn’t like every other […]

14 Feb 19
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Ljubezen. Kaj se bo vse zgodilo na poti do končnega razpleta? Kataleya je glavni lik zgodbe.

13 Feb 19
Rosie and ME

So we’ve all been there, your child comes down one morning and says “mum I feel poorly ”, oh pants you think I’ll have to take a day off work or dam I was going to have coffee with a friend and I’ll have to cancel now. Now imagine them being ill for a week, […]