The Kindergartens Kindergast School is set to launch its new kindergarten class in October and the school has been running for just over a year.
The school has also been criticised for some of its handling of the case of a toddler who died after being thrown from a building in December.
A petition against the school, which opened in November, had gathered more than 1,500 signatures and prompted a police investigation.
Kindergast parent Rebecca Steed told news.com,au her daughter was “unable to go out for her own safety” and she was worried for her future.
“We have to be strong for our children,” Ms Steed said.
Ms Steed’s daughter was born in December and was admitted to the hospital with pneumonia two days after she was thrown from the roof of a building.
She had a severe respiratory infection, which had progressed into pneumonia, and her body temperature dropped to 33 degrees C. Police are investigating the death and are also investigating whether there was negligence.
Her family is hoping to get her back to school this month, but it’s unclear if she will be able to return to work.
It’s a heartbreaking case, and it’s not something I want to be associated with, Ms Steeds said.
She said she had not spoken to the parents of the other two children who died in the same building.
“I have no idea what they were going through.
I don’t know what they went through,” she said.
Police said the building where the two children died was on its second floor and had been fully refurbished.
Parents have also been asking questions about the way the school handled the death.
In a statement, the school said the children were all “well cared for and were released from hospital”.
“All the staff were involved in the care and rehabilitation of the children,” the statement said.
“The school took full responsibility for the children’s well-being and wellbeing and will be supporting all families involved in this matter.”
Kindergardens parent Rebecca said the school was “absolutely devastated” by the death of the toddler.
“[The] school is absolutely devastated by the tragic death of a child at their K-8 Kindergarts,” she wrote in the petition.
“We want to say to the public that we want you to know that we are here to support you and that we will be there to support all of you and we will do everything we can to get your child home.”
Please let us know what you think about our petition, our safety, our school, and how you feel about the whole Kindergarte thing.
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