B. Willicott v UK

I am mother to a beautiful yet severely complex child who enjoys life, whilst living with a rare neurological disease affecting his neuro sphere (intellectual learning ability) and physical biology, however he is equally intelligent and articulate aka (Multiple Exceptionality). My child fits neither a mainstream or special schooling [...]

Dear Politicians

Dear Politicians, You are looking in the wrong places... The answer is right there... at the end of your pompous, greedy noses... the answer to better mental health care, reductions in child/teenage suicide, less school exclusions, less overcrowding in prisons, less violent crime... (I can go on!!) It’s actually [...]

Letter To My MP: Britain’s Invisible Kids

Dear Neil I read this today and would appreciate you reading and passing it onto anyone within the education department who is interested in trying to understand the difficulties so many children, including my own, face at school. As you know we have been almost destroyed by our experiences [...]

NFIS Accountability Petition & Survey

Not Fine in School have heard numerous stories about the difficulties that families have accessing appropriate support for children in school. Often, these difficulties should, and could, be aided if the relevant legislation was followed by schools and local authorities, but instead existing statutory guidance, duties and policies are [...]

Next Steps for School Attendance Difficulties

On May 8th 2018 I attended a Westminster Education Forum seminar where the topic of discussion was: ‘Next steps for child mental health in England - developing a multi-agency approach and provision in schools’. Attendees were invited to submit a short written contribution to be included in the seminar transcript [...]