Many of you have been following the story of what happened to me at my son’s Harvest Festival in October this year and the subsequent letters to and from school. Today marks the final instalment in the saga. Following on from the Chair of Governors’ response to my complaint,[…]

Well, no sooner had I posted the update saying I was still waiting for a response to my complaint, than a response arrives in the post. Are you ready? The first section related to an anomaly they found in their complaints procedure which meant that my complaint was[…]

If you’ve been following the story about my Harvest Horror – being asked to stop breastfeeding at a school harvest festival because it was “inappropriate” and “a protection issue”, you might like to know what the current state of play is. I haven’t dropped it. My formal complaint[…]

I have been overwhelmed with the support I have received from all over the world. Thank you so much for reminding me how strong we can be together. Through comments on my blog post and Facebook, I have learned that the letter sent home to parents was also[…]

Earlier today, I blogged about being asked to stop breastfeeding at my son’s Harvest Festival.  The situation was discussed briefly on a closed Facebook for parents and carers of children at the school.  The discussion was very supportive. It seems. however, that someone alerted the head teacher to[…]

Yesterday was Harvest Festival and it turned out to be a lot more eventful than I was anticipating. Having delivered Bean to the playground, I went straight to the hall where the assembly was taking place, to serve teas and coffees, as part of my PTA duties. I[…]