Parents’ annoy after autistic boy, 11, transient from, his special needs …
November 22, 2016 - School Uniform
A YOUNG child with serious autism managed to shun from his special needs propagandize by a damaged confidence embankment – with his teachers not seeing he was left for 30 minutes.
Kieren McDonald, 11, was found 5 miles divided from his propagandize after he went blank on Nov 7.
His family has now slammed a school’s miss of security, with a immature child usually tracked down after a train motorist recognized his propagandize uniform.
Upset father Ian McDonald, 47, pronounced he could not trust his son was means to cranky a bustling categorical highway and house a train though teachers noticing.
He said: “I was indignant and really frightened of what could have happened.”
The immature boy, who attends Hazelbeck School in Bingley, Bradford, West Yorks, managed to get by 3 inner gates afterwards by a damaged embankment to get on a train to Keighley station.
Ian said: “He has run divided from us before, though this was most some-more scary. He has no clarity of risk or fear of people.
Ian said: “Kieren was traumatised by it and pronounced contemptible for going to Keighley on his possess to us a week after when we were in a automobile on a approach to his grandma’s.
“We pronounced it’s okay, so he has a small bargain of what happened.
“It is a misfortune time we have had as a primogenitor when he went missing.”
He pronounced a damaged embankment his son transient by had not been beheld by staff.
He said: “The propagandize pronounced it has never happened there before.
“I asked them how no one had speckled him on CCTV and they pronounced they don’t have time to constantly be checking it.
“There are 8 members of staff to 13 kids, they are lerned staff they should know better.”
Sue Pierce, headteacher during Hazelbeck School pronounced a full examination of a school’s confidence had now been hold regulating Bradford Council experts.
She said: “We have apologised to a relatives for this unfortunate occurrence and any trouble it has caused.
“We have been in tighten hit with his family given it happened.
“We have carried out a full and consummate examination of a school’s site security, a health and reserve risk assessments and defence procedures with a assistance of experts from a internal management and we would like to encourage relatives that measures have been taken to forestall such an occurrence from function again.”
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