By the time we were 16, our parents were going away on holiday and leaving us at home alone to cycle to and from school.
My brother had a GA and an operation to sew his tendons back onto his shoulder and was back in school the next day. At 16.
Will he not be at school for much of the day anyway - or does H&S mean he's not allowed?
Who you talking to?
Well its half term this week so it doesn't arise yet, but if he's not allowed into school then that's when the problems start...
PO had you not been down t'pit for a few years by the time you were 16 then?
Talking to Mr Puffy, refering to his son.
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Heavens no. H&S prevents a world of fun.
Different world really
Not being funny ..................... but can't you just put some food in the fridge, leave him some pain killers and ask a neighbour to pop by?
Sorry, maybe it's worse than you've let on
No, It's a straightforward fracture in his right tib but he got it playing football and was laid out in the rain for a good half hour and was obviously in shock.
He's a tough lad, plays in goal every week in a good competitive league, and as I said before when the pain wears off and he's good on his crutches he'll be fine, but I don't want to leave him alone all day for the first week or so, and he will have to attend clinic and physio over the next 6 weeks so i will have to take him and need time off for that.
No he can't do that any more, not after last time..
not just my house then
At the end of the day, if your son needs or wants you to be around, then I guess work should understand. No matter what your "actual rights" are
Hope he's ok
Likie you said earlier, maybe you could do a few late starts and early fineshes. Doing alternate with his Dad, so his time alone is not as long as it might have been?
Wish him well
I am his dad. Aren't I?
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