Talking about the rules around lunches, she said: "The school's policy has taken away the horrors of lunch time.
"My daughter can't make choices, she's too frightened, and by setting a menu each day they've taken away that fear."
"It might sound trivial to others, but when you're the parent of a child who suffers so much in school, it makes the world of difference knowing the staff there are trying to help.
"These are the things that matter. Unless the children are starving, the choice of food comes second to the education. That's why these criticisms of the school are so unfair."Says you. But why should you get your own way, and impose your needs and desires on others?
The complaints listed by parents at the school centred around the menu on offer, with just one meal choice a day, always vegetarian or fish-based, combined with a ban on packed lunches to encourage equality.
One mum said her child had resorted to going to McDonald's after school each day, whilst another said she "resented" paying £80 per half term for food their child doesn't eat.So would I! Choice is a fact of life, so the sooner your daughter learns to cope with it, the better everyone will be.