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Gerald Fitzgerald says that with his son now aged three it means it is’much simpler for me’ for him and his wife to fly out for the first time in more than 30 years and have the family back to Belfast.
The family arrived at Belfast Airport with a heavy baggage haul including the three children, four cats and their cat friend, who died.
They were met by family friends from their home in Belfast and Gerald and Susan told how grateful they are that everyone is making a difference to the young boy’s education.
Mr Fitzgerald said: “He is in so much better spirits because he is not getting in trouble now.
“As soon as I saw the picture of them and his little body I saw he is much more relaxed now with a bit of support, because the family here is getting him to a more 더킹카지노routine school in Belfast.”
There are concerns at Derry City Primary School, where the youngest child is a four year old who has had some problems due to being separated from his mother for eight days.
The boy’s parents have been able to visit regularly and the pupil, who is currently a year ahead of his age at birth, is now going to attend the school with his aunt.
The boy has been given his own bed, breakfast and lunch.
“There are also a couple of school events in the school this year and that gives us some ideas of what he has been going through and what his opportunities are now in the future.
“At the moment he is doing some school work with an English teacher and it helps him work through things so it is good that the school are looking to make changes now.”
Gerald and Susan have been visiting their son, who has already spent time with his teachers, at the school to support him.
As well as playing tennis, he also spends time with his aunt who lives in Derry and also enjoys the sport.
They also had a chat with a few of the pupils at the school who have been at the school for years who were very interested in the boy who is now at an early age, having never come in before.
The children say it gives them confidence to talk to their peers, and the principal of Derry City Primary Schoo