|Posted by Kay Mawson on October 30, 2018 at 7:10 AM||comments (0)|
Unfortunately, the Charity Commissioner turned us down for a charitable status, but they also gave us the chance to re-apply so we've done just that and are sitting tight. It took 6months to receive the first reply. I have a feeling it will be as long again. I feel that the application is more comprehensive and meets the Legal requirements of what a charity is so please keep your fingers crossed for us.
|Posted by Kay Mawson on May 2, 2018 at 8:10 AM||comments (0)|
Sorry to anyone feeling a little confused..... but yes thats right, we've changed again. We're still SRSS, but we've now applied for a Charity Status and are awaiting updates.
In the meantime, Im proud that we've got a leaflet working for some many families and professionals and I say working for as such items cost money but in return, the leaflet is helping do the job intended. Furthermore, there are now t...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kay Mawson on March 18, 2017 at 10:10 AM||comments (0)|
We've changed who we are!
We were School phobia, Refusal with Seperation Anxiety. This has now changed to School Refusal Support Services.
Furthermore, im no longer alone. I have two amazing parents who have joined the team. Beth & Rebecca, so check out the section headed "our team" and "our stories" to read about them....Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kay Mawson on February 27, 2016 at 1:05 PM||comments (0)|
Its not far from my Son's 17th Birthday so we've been thinking about him learning to drive. However, having looked last night on the DVLA website, Tourettes Syndrome is something that you need to tell the DVLA about. My son is so excited to learn to drive, but we dont know what barriers his condition may bring. Its sad to think that he's working his way through his life now, everything is positive. He's signed up for Sports College and I ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kay Mawson on September 24, 2015 at 5:25 AM||comments (0)|
My son was back to school for two weeks when he had to endure two heavy talks about this year being GCSE Exam year. They then had their dinner cards removed as punishment for any child averaging Grade B or below. Dinner cards are used to leave the premises at lunch time so that they can have a good break outside the school and be treated as adults. This is far from asking children to focus on their Grades. This is a strive for the school to achieve A*s t...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kay Mawson on July 7, 2015 at 2:40 PM||comments (0)|
Thank you for everyones support with the epetition for School Refusal Children. I just wanted to update you and let you know what since the last government dissolved and new one into power, the epetition has been moved. Please visit and share by clicking the link/button below:Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kay Mawson on March 27, 2015 at 1:55 PM||comments (0)|
As parents, we often wonder what is going on in our child's minds, how it feels, what they're experiencing and how can we help them. I was honoured and touched to receive an email from Ellie who is a 14 year old suffering with School Refusal. Much like other teens, she is struggling and much like other parents, so are hers. Ellie has created a Blog and discusses her experience with us all. This is an opportunity to have an insight for parents like myself...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kay Mawson on March 23, 2015 at 5:55 AM||comments (0)|
If you're anything like me, then by now, you will have developed a career in 'Battling Schools'. If you are like me, you will be continuously let down, angered and dumbfounded by the way professionals voice their opinions without any sound evidence to make claims.
I; as a parent, and much like yourselves, have had to learn it for myself. I have had to research, read, buy books, talk to others to learn all about my sons issues. I hav...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kay Mawson on November 18, 2014 at 1:50 PM||comments (0)|
It is official that my son has now been given a diagnosis of Tourettes Syndrome with motor tics.
He's suffering but still gets on with things every day.
After this diagnosis, my mind has constantly been pecked at by an invisible woodpecker as things are starting to click into place. I feel it is important...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Kay Mawson on July 3, 2014 at 12:25 AM||comments (0)|
Three to four weeks ago my son started with a nervous tic after weeks of being bullied. The child in question has a group of Allies that did things like, crush biscuits in my Son's school back, access his bag and empty his aresole, read his diary and kick it around the room, make him stand whilst they fired elastic bands in his face, talked over him when ever he wanted to speak and more. My son was asked to document this information which he did. The bullying continued...Read Full Post »