Should you protest if ur child is being humilated by her class teacher

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Jodi - posted on 03/13/2014

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Can I just say that car park gossip is dangerous, and often full of misconceptions. You need to meet with the school. You have contacted the headmistress. You now need to talk to the school. In addition to handing this information to her, have you tried to arrange an appointment to discuss it? A protest is not the way to go.

Maria - posted on 03/13/2014

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Well , there's chain of events that has been taking place with intervals of time , I also confirmed with few mom's and they had an affirmative reply from their children.I made my child pen down her feelings on a piece of paper and accompanying her we handed it to the headmistress.Waiting for their reaction to this.

Jodi - posted on 03/12/2014

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Well, no, if your child has come home with a story of something that happened at school that humiliated her, then you need to talk to the teacher and find out what is happening. Don't automatically assumed that the story you are getting from your child is the whole truth - it generally isn't.

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