Rosie Dutton, mother of a summer born child, wrote today: “In your face David Cameron and your Department of Education. We wrote you a poem…”
You wanted me in school today,
I should be on my way.
But I’m fast asleep in bed, you see
I’m not going, we’re not having it your way.
I’m only 4, I want to play,
That’s all I’m doing today.
Another year to grow and shine,
A chance to be a child
For days of fun and freedom,
Out playing in the wild.
When I’m five I think I’ll thrive
And be ready for that day,
But as you see me with my teddy,
At just turned 4,
I’m not quite ready…
How did Rosie dutton get authority to agree to late start
Very beautiful poem and child.
You can defer them a year until term after they are 5
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