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    Default Behaviour at school - how do you handle it

    Generally our DS is well behaved at school. He has done a few silly things but nothing to serious...to upset his peers etc.

    Today he came home and told me he got a warning for saying something silly and not listening properly and being silly on the mat (which he has done a few times)

    How would you handle this? Would you give a consequence at home for this or let his teacher handle it?

    The teacher hasn't said anything to me about it, I'm just going by what my DS has told me

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    I would let his teacher handle it for now. If it was serious you can be sure to have heard about it by now! I don't think it is fair to be punished at home and a school. I would thank your DS for telling you about and suggest that he tries hard not to be silly at times when he should be concentrating. It is great that he is coming home and telling you about his day, even if it is bad news!

    Maybe you can just ask the teacher how your son is settling into the new year and if he is going well, he/she will let you know if his behaviour is anything beyond normal childrens silliness. Boys will be boys!!!

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaybaby View Post
    I would let his teacher handle it for now. If it was serious you can be sure to have heard about it by now! I don't think it is fair to be punished at home and a school. I would thank your DS for telling you about and suggest that he tries hard not to be silly at times when he should be concentrating. It is great that he is coming home and telling you about his day, even if it is bad news!

    Maybe you can just ask the teacher how your son is settling into the new year and if he is going well, he/she will let you know if his behaviour is anything beyond normal childrens silliness. Boys will be boys!!!

    Good luck!
    Great advice, thanks

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    Unless you have long term issues with behaviour, leave school at school and leave home for just home.


 

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