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    Default School bans handstands....wdyt?

    Ridiculous!

    Unfortunately this is not the first school.

    Cartwheels/handstands have been banded at some schools since 1995.

    Its so sad that kids can't be kids!

    However I do know of one girl who died from falling on her head while doing a cartwheel.. So I can understand the schools decision.

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    Default School bans handstands....wdyt?

    Quote Originally Posted by Janesmum123 View Post
    I didnt hear about that one.
    Its really crazy.
    It was on the news last week, fairly sure it was in VIC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nowhere View Post
    pathetic but i dont think it is the schools fault its more cause of stupid parents that would take legal action if the kid falls
    This.

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    They should ban shoelaces too (tripping risk), pencils (too sharp), bananas (skin is a trip hazard), School ties (strangulation) and paper (laceration risk.)

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    It's banned at the kids school and if the teachers see them doing it rather than reprimanding the children they give them another activity to do as a distraction.

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    Default School bans handstands....wdyt?

    Ffs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ffrenchknickers View Post
    They should ban shoelaces too (tripping risk), pencils (too sharp), bananas (skin is a trip hazard), School ties (strangulation) and paper (laceration risk.)

    PMSL at paper lacerations i completely agree I swear i have had paper cuts that hurt more than my appendectomy and c section Paper cuts are horrid

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    Default School bans handstands....wdyt?

    Do kids even realise they do them? I swear they are an involuntary action of children, like breathing and skipping.

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    My 8 year old does back handsprings and all kinds of crazy parkour at school. We must be lucky!

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    Default School bans handstands....wdyt?

    I must be tired. I read the title as "School Bans Husbands" and thought that was totally ridiculous!! Still think its ridiculous now that I read it properly


 

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