Bladder ('pee') and bowel ('poo') problems are known as incontininence issues, which is common among children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities. They can be stressful to them and to their families, however there are dedicated organisations in the UK that can help you manage or overcome these difficulties. Please have a look at the following links if you or your child are suffering as consequence of wetting and soiling problems.
If your child or the young person is experiencing bowel/bladder issues which are related to a health condition, schools have a duty to meet these health conditions. Please have a look to the following link for further details:
Issues with toileting can be due to a medical condition and may be defined as a disability. Some children / young people may need to wear continence pads and should not be refused admission to educational settings on the grounds of this as the educational setting has a duty to make reasonable adjusments.
Or for further information about bowel and bladder issues, please visit ERIC: The Children's bowel and bladder charity