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    Whoa! I've just read the whole thread...
    This girls behaviour is extreme. She is violent and persistent in her behaviour. I am very surprised that she is not on a limited recess timetable, where she is able to be fully supervised.
    I have worked with a number of children who have required full time supervision in the yard, not allowed to go to the toilet alone and are on pretty tight behaviour contracts. These are students who have been suspended for less than what this girl is doing.
    I think that you need to write a letter to both the school and the Department stating your concerns, include dates, times, places etc..
    It sounds like the school needs assistance from the Department in how to deal with this situation.
    Good luck with your meeting and as nice as you say they are, be assertive in your concerns and ask to be assured of your child's safety both in the classroom and the yard. If need be the department can attend meetings like this.

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    Default Kids safe at school - what a joke!!

    Yeah very extreme and i feel sorry for her if she is indeed suffering a bad home life and hope that things will turn around for her but my dd is helpless, cant defend her self (especially my 3yr old) and i cant take it anymore!

    At first it was just verbal at home & schol, both dd's werent to affected so i let it go thinking itl pass, didnt want to cause to much fuss and give her a chance as shes just a kid and informed dd to tell teachers if she is mean.

    But then it got worse and physical.

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    Default Kids safe at school - what a joke!!

    Ok so the child has been put on strict monitoring at lunch and will be involved in litter duty/ cleanups one break and in a classroom at other break.

    And is on a behaviour plan. All this will go on for a while. Shes also having a meeting with the foster/carer/supervisor of the girl.
    Which was when i was leaving the office, they were waiting and i heard the child say to the career in a very whingy tone 'i didnt do it, i didnt'

    Which is a bit late to lie, given she already confessed to the deputy.

    Also i found out that the last time she attacked my dd, the child was suspened!

    Deputy also confirmed that there is issue upon issue at home, which explains all the sexual content this child has told many adults an children and that the school is working with her to re-learn social skills.

    I feel sorry for this child, however after months and months of physical and verbal abuse to my 6 & 3yr old for absolutely no reason, all i care about are my kids and their safety.

    Once shes relet into the playground will see what happens wether she continues the abuse on my kid and others and hopefully there wont be an issue before or after school!
    Otherwise its straight back to the deputy!!

    Hopefully now her foster career will keep a closer eye on her when in the backyard and hopefully the harrassment at home will stop!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbygirl View Post
    Ok so the child has been put on strict monitoring at lunch and will be involved in litter duty/ cleanups one break and in a classroom at other break.

    And is on a behaviour plan. All this will go on for a while. Shes also having a meeting with the foster/carer/supervisor of the girl.
    Which was when i was leaving the office, they were waiting and i heard the child say to the career in a very whingy tone 'i didnt do it, i didnt'

    Which is a bit late to lie, given she already confessed to the deputy.

    Also i found out that the last time she attacked my dd, the child was suspened!

    Deputy also confirmed that there is issue upon issue at home, which explains all the sexual content this child has told many adults an children and that the school is working with her to re-learn social skills.

    I feel sorry for this child, however after months and months of physical and verbal abuse to my 6 & 3yr old for absolutely no reason, all i care about are my kids and their safety.

    Once shes relet into the playground will see what happens wether she continues the abuse on my kid and others and hopefully there wont be an issue before or after school!
    Otherwise its straight back to the deputy!!

    Hopefully now her foster career will keep a closer eye on her when in the backyard and hopefully the harrassment at home will stop!!
    Hopefully things will settle down for your kids now.
    Wishing you the best.

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    I think you have handled this very well. You're very concerned about your own children yet still understanding of the wider situation with this child. It does sound like they are monitoring her closely and I'm sure appreciate how you are handling this too.

    I truly hope things settle down for you and you kids.


 

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