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Nursery Banned Girl, 2, Because Her Deformed Skull Might Scare Other Children

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Nursery Banned Girl, 2, Because Her Deformed Skull Might Scare Other Children

She needs an operation before being allowed a place!


A two-year-old baby girl has been banned from Nursery school after staffs said her deformed skull might scare other children.

The baby girl, 2, Sofya Zakharova was born with a skull deformity and her fingers and toes were fused together. Her biological parent living in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia was told by the teachers that their daughter would be needing surgery before she can be permitted.

The baby girl, 2, Sofya Zakharova was born with a skull deformity and her fingers and toes were fused together

Presently, Sofya’s parent is putting in every effort to get their daughter an operation. On the other hand, experts have warned that her development will suffer further if she doesn’t relate with children of her age.

Her Father Rasul and Mother, Svetlana Gizatullina live in a house with no running water as well as central heating  – the village of Alatany. Local reporters have, however, claimed that officials are currently investigating who rejected the little girl and why she has not been offered the needed medical care and attention.



Her parent living in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia was told by the teachers that their daughter would be needing surgery before she can be permitted

Reacting, Ekaterina Belan, an Educational Psychologist said:  ‘The sooner she gets the knowledge of interacting, the easier it will become for her to cope with the condition. The more she interacts, the easier it will be for her to accept herself the way she is.’

Sofya case was further taken up a local charity organization called the ‘Rainbow of Goodness’, but the school still insisted on their initial agreement.

Sofya’s mother revealed what the staffs said: ‘Before anything else, you’ll need to arrange an operation so that she can go to a nursery school like any normal child.’

Her mother Svetlana Gizatullina claimed she was told her daughter might ‘scare other children’ 

However, the Head of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Radiy Khabirov disclosed that officials had visited the family and planned on getting them an apartment in order to avoid spending the winter in a cold house.





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