[QUOTE=Hids;467994]Great news! While it doesn’t make up for her suffering, I’m glad they’ve been taken to task.
Just been to daughter number 1’s graduation from her work placement at the university next to her school. Proper graduation with the whole cap, gown & scroll So proud of her and how hard she has worked [emoji173]
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The symptoms weren’t as pronounced with Ebony as they were with Whiskas, and was happy enough just to get the vets bill refunded… but might daughter fought to get them to pay compensation. … So I am splitting it 50/50 with her…
My daughter is just coming to the end of her first year of a Midwifery Degree… looking like she will pass… Dead proud of what she has achieved so far as at secondary school they were writing her off, saying she would never achieve anything. It was only after she left school that she was diagnosed as being dyslexic, something school failed to pick up on!!!
In her GCSE’s she was one grade short of the entry requirements for a Midwifery Degree so re-sat the exam a couple of times until she got it… Now she is applying that same determination to getting through her degree course… At her end of year written exam she passed one with an 80% mark!!!