A mother has brought legal proceedings against her seven-year-old son's primary school after she claimed staff made him wear a fluorescent bib because he was autistic.How else are they supposed to know who to watch? It's not like you weren't told about it.
She said: 'It's just not right - it's massive discrimination. Looking back on it I think the classroom teacher mentioned a bib during the week - but I didn't really think about it, it didn't click until Charlie said something.'It's the school's fault you can't be arsed to pay attention when the school is telling you what measures they'll take to keep your child safe?
Or....wait, is it to keep the other children safe?
She added: 'I knew during lunch break he's not always allowed out because he has been accused of hurting the other children, I know there's an issue there which the school have to work with me on.
'But they seem to think the best way to deal with it is to make him wear a bib so that teachers know that he's autistic.'And a danger. By your own admission. But if you get the feeling this woman suffers from a massive case of entitlement here; you're not wrong:
It is by no means the first time Mrs Logan has clashed with the education authorities over the treatment of an autistic son.
Her other three boys, Brendan, 18, Leighton, 16, and TJ, 12, have all been diagnosed on the autistic spectrum...She does have one child who doesn't.
Mrs Logan also has a daughter Marina, 20.Naturally, she doesn't work.
The full-time mother said: ‘I’ve had to fight for all of them. It’s been an absolute nightmare I shouldn’t have to fight like this constantly.’Maybe you should have thought of that before you went on churning out children destined to be nothing but a burden on the state?