Miles Diffey’s parents said the three-year-old had disappeared from a class at Trealaw Primary School in North Wales and appeared with a stranger on their doorstep after wandering the streets.
Georgia Wilcox WS)
Angry parents recounted how their three-year-old son was allowed to leave school on his own and showed up at home wet from a stranger after wandering the streets.
Miles Diffey disappeared from his class at Trealaw Primary School in North Wales on Friday, but his parents say they were not informed and never knew the problem until he came to their doorstep, they report. WalesOnline.
Miles, who is nonverbal, is said to be at Rhondda Cynon Taf school until they pick him up at 11:50 a.m., but to the surprise of Georgie Wilcox’s mother, her son left home from school at 10:50 p.m.
She said the woman saw a young boy wandering the roads of Trealawa before following him to make sure he came home safe.
Georgia, 28, said: “She had no idea how long he had been outside and found him on one of the hills descending towards our house. He was too strong, his diaper was full and he seemed to be walking outside. ” some time.”
Georgia Wilcox WS)
She and toddler father William Diffey, 29, said they were “shocked” and “angry” and argued that the school would not show them CCTV to know exactly when he left school.
They claim to have received many explanations and times when he left school, and Georgia said: “I feel like they are lying to us and trying to cover their backs.
“We were first told that Miles came out through the fence, then he went through the main gate and left school at 10.35, which they saw on camera, but now we know they saw him at 10.30 from school, so none of That makes sense. I just want answers. “
Georgia and William said a meeting with the school was organized on Monday.
They added that Miles would not be sent back to school after the incident.
Council spokesman Rhondda Cynon Taf said: “Protecting students is of the utmost importance and a full investigation into this serious incident is already underway.
“Council members and social services staff will work diligently to understand how this incident happened and where the problems were identified, will take immediate action to prevent this from happening again, and address any additional concerns identified as a result of the investigation.
“We fully share the concerns of the parents and guardians of the students and will receive a letter regarding the incident shortly.”
MirrorOnline contacted Trealow Elementary School for comment.