I saw today one of the mothers taken their toddler to school by car. The toddler was not strapped in, now do report her, the mother always looks spaced out, always cover her arms long clothing and she is tall very skinny.
What would you do in this situation. I know that sometimes the child is brought down the mums mum ie the toddlers grandmother.
this is the first time i saw her do this what would you do should i tell the teachers at the nursery or drop it.
Its a decision which i wouldn't like to take. The toddler was standing in the rear seat holding onto the car window edge.
I don't know this lady's child and i don't know her very well briefly hello and goodbye. Any advice would be grateful.
I'm not qualified to advise on the law or whataction you should take. Whatever type of dress is being worn is of no consequence. The child's safety is paramount. So whatever action you do take be very careful to cover yourself.
"....spaced out, always cover her arms long clothing and she is tall very skinny." you're making judgements that may be wide of the mark. The child's safety is another matter, and in the circumstances it might be an idea to find a way to say something, but be prepared to be told to mind your own business.
If you mention the safety belt issue you'll have done all you can reasonably do - then forget it. Your comment might just trigger the woman's conscience.
and it is a regular thing why not try speaking to your local community police person. They may be persuaded to be around the school at an appropriate time to see this, and they should have no hesitation in having a 'quiet word' with the mum in question without risking a confrontation with yourself.