The Children Act - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 3, Fiona visited Adam in hospital. During her taxi ride from the court to the hospital she travelled through districts of South London with which she was not familiar and snobbishly reflected that she couldn’t understand why people made their lives there. She remembered a time when she was a teenager when she had been admitted to hospital after an accident on her bicycle. When she was in hospital the pediatric ward was full which meant she was admitted to an adult ward. The women there were very kind to Fiona and it meant that Fiona has always thought of hospitals as happy places.

Fiona arrived at the hospital along with the social worker for Adam’s case, Marina Greene. When they arrived at the ward where Adam was staying Fiona was introduced to two nurses one of whom was Filipina and...

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