A mother is locked in a battle with school staff who refuse to administer a legal cannabis oil prescription to her epileptic daughter.
Tannine Montgomery, 30, lives with her five-year-old daughter Indie-Rose Clarry, who suffers from Dravet syndrome, a form of epilepsy.
Since September, Indie-Rose has been attending the Riverwalk School, a special educational needs school in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
The five-year-old currently takes regular doses of cannabis oil to treat her seizures after she was prescribed the drug by a private doctor.
The mother of two said she makes a 45-mile round trip three times a day in order to administer the medication at lunchtime as Indie-Rose’s teachers refuse to give it to her.
Ms Montgomery is now challenging that decision, saying the school administers other private prescriptions and should also give Indie-Rose hers.
Ms Montgomery obtains the cannabis…