Boy, 6, whose feet grow at different speeds is deemed a 'health and safety risk' and forced out of school because his mother can't afford £300 shoes



A six-year-old boy whose feet grow at different speeds is allegedly forced to miss school - due to being deemed a health and safety risk.
Spencer Kristianson, from Castleford, has a rare condition called Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome which causes the extra growth of one limb.
In his case, it affects one of his feet and his mother Amber, 26, claims he is not allowed to go to school unless he is wearing special shoes - which cost £300.
But because of his age and his constant growth - she can't always afford to buy him a new pair.
She claims he is not allowed in the school if he isn't wearing the... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Health, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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