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LOL - carrots - TES SN Show

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http://www.tessenshow.co.uk/

Scroll down to the bottom and see a pic of a bunch of stereotypical carrots.

NoHaudinMaWheest Mon 22-Jul-13 22:12:54

Oh I've met him and he is delightful.

claw2 Tue 23-Jul-13 07:41:15

Ooh I would love to have a pinch of some chubby chops!

I will pm you my mobile number

justaboutreadyforbed Tue 23-Jul-13 08:10:43

I remember that well Star, you were giving me advice in between contractions!!

And that is why Star is actually superhuman

claw2 Tue 23-Jul-13 08:17:14

She most certainly is! Star has held my hand from the beginning and I owe her big time!

Without Star and many others, I would have caved long ago. I would have believed I actually was going crazy. The power of MN made the one sided fight, more even.

I often sit in meetings alone, with MN beside me, thinking hmm what would Star or Agnes or IE or Keep etc, etc say to that grin

claw2 Tue 23-Jul-13 08:25:05

I had a meeting yesterday with my caring carrot SW (I did buy her chocolates as 'I didn't know for how much longer she would be involved and I just wanted to thank her') She also emailed me to tell me she can find no trace of an initial assessment or core assessment ever having being done.

And she supplied me with the CIN plan (even if it was only written by her last week) so she got chocolates for that and above all being HONEST with me!

I have a CIN meeting this afternoon and I now feel very confident for a change.

claw2 Tue 23-Jul-13 08:50:23

Sorry for hijack of caring carrot thread, but im not sure what to do about this;-

SW is saying she can find no trace of IA or core assessment. What happened was previous SW did a draft core assessment (handed to me in a fit of rage after I complained about her) I have the draft, which is just filled with lies and inaccurate dates and info. I responded to core assessment in writing (SW has a copy of my response, its all she could find)

Now new SW is saying if I send her a copy of the draft, she will make the amendments. Draft core assessment was just a farce from page 1 to the end and the whole thing needed rewriting. It has 'disappeared' from SS systems and there is no trace of it.

My thinking if SW wants a core assessment, she should complete a new one and I should conveniently not be able to find my draft copy.

Yours thoughts?

justaboutreadyforbed Tue 23-Jul-13 10:35:03

Oh god yes, lose the paperwork. I do it all the time (and not always on purpose)

Yes lose the paperwork, but keep it to 'bargain' if you need to depending on the outcome of the next.

Don't really lose it though. It is significant evidence of malpractice if you ever need to bargain.

Though if this SW is sensible, and has been honest you might want to hold back from that, or if you follow it up be clear that she's not in the complaint.

And yes. Justa and Claw knew I was in labour before DH did.

claw2 Tue 23-Jul-13 11:09:29

I get the feeling that SW will be closing the case very soon. The outcome of the CIN plan has been reached. Nothing is left on the system but my response to draft, I have covered my bases if draft is ever found again.

CIN plan gives a brief accurate account and im happy with that. I would like nothing better than for SS to disappear into the distant past.

Hooray for Zombies!!!!

NoRunAround Fri 30-May-14 07:27:35

grin I enjoyed reading this again thanks

bochead Fri 30-May-14 11:41:17

Another one here - who got a much needed giggle.

Annual review for a statement with an empty section 2,3,5&6 is next week , and I'm fast losing patience.

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