How do I solve this issue

Philomina - posted on 10/15/2014 ( 6 moms have responded )

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My son is ten, and I used to have more complain from his school, after prayers and advice, he change which the head teacher confirmed it. But of late I have had complains from the teacher and if I ask him start crying and said no one listens to him dos he tried to explain but the teachers want listen. Now I know when he has really offend someone that is when he gets scared when the teacher calls me, but now he was so confident and said he never did what they said he did but he was falsed to take the blame. He has even refused to eat and crying in the corner. I have opened a bible verse in Ephesians 6:1-3 for him. Can anyone give me advice cos I feel ashamed when am been called in front of other parents and teachers. Thanks

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Philomina - posted on 10/15/2014

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Thanks very much Dove, am happy with all the advice am getting, it is really helping me.

Dove - posted on 10/15/2014

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Well... being upset is understandable, but kicking a table is inexcusable just for being upset... especially at 10 years old. Is he in trouble for the 'booing' or for his kicking the table?

Either way setting up a meeting w/ the teacher and the principal is a good idea. Sort out what happened from all sides and go from there.

Kellieh - posted on 10/15/2014

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thats the problem teachers dont take the time to listen or understand the issue. They are quick to judge. Talk to the principle

Philomina - posted on 10/15/2014

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Thanks for responding . The issue was that someone in my sons group booed one child and the person pointed to my son. He tried to defend himselve but the teachers didn't listen and he was upset and kicked a table.

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