In term 2 DD was having some problems with an older girl in class, so Dd wrote in her own diary that she didnt like said child.
Last week another Girl (B) was going through DD's diary (left on school desk), came across the entry that said DD didn't like Girl A, Girl B tore out the page and showed Girl A
Now I have been called up to the school tomorrow morning as Dd is in trouble for what she wrote. Dd insists that all she wrote was "I don't like Girl A, she is not a friend."
Am I wrong in thinking its Girl B who should be in trouble, as she had no right to go through DD's diary much less tear out the entry and show Girl A?
Mind you, the teacher is supposed to go through their diaries regularly and had seen this entry.
I do go through DD's diary when it's presented to m. I had never seen the entry, DD insists she wrote it back in May and the teacher has previously discussed it with DD.
I need to have this clear in my head before tomorrow, but I don't think DD has done anything wrong - silly maybe, but not so wrong as to to get lunchtime detentions for the rest of the week, and to have to write an apology letter to Girl
So far as I aware (according to DD) Girl B has not been censured over this.