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    That teacher sounds like an outright b!tch.

    I would give her a piece of my mind directly then remove my child ASAP.

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    Have you got options to move your DD elsewhere?

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    I can't believe this woman! Power trip for sure!

    I would be demanding to see whoever is above her, or pulling my kid out - hell no would I be putting up with it and noway should my child have to put up with that poor attitude!

    I'm actually disgusted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahly View Post
    Have you got options to move your DD elsewhere?
    It's not out of the question but this is her 4th daycare centre.
    The first I pulled her out because of witnessed abuse
    The second and third negligence
    and this is now the fourth one.

    If I were to move her I really would like it to be in someway connected to wherever she was going to go to school. But it makes it difficult.

    If I could just take her out I would but unfortunately I have just started a FT job. I have discussed with the director putting her back into the Kindy class (instead of the pre prep class she is in). But they are not keen to do that as they think she would be bored.

    so sick of all the buts...


 

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