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    Default How to tell kinder teacher (assistant)..

    Ds is 4yrs old and is a tad more impulsive than most and can cause a little conflict amongst the other kids (knocking blocks, being a little rough...). Anyway there was this incident that the other kids were blaming my Ds. It turns out (after I spoke to ds at home, rang the kinder teacher and them investigating) that my ds did nothing wrong.
    I'm worried that now ds is being blamed for everything the other children say happened (some may be true or just made up as it would be believable). This will make my DS's behaviour worse as he'll end up believing he is just the "naughty" boy. He needs lots of positive recognition.

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    Tell them exactly what you've written here. Do it in an upfront but genuine concerned manner and explain how you would like to partner with them to ensure your DS is being supported positively.

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    Thanks. I think I was more venting here, making sure that what I was thinking/feeling was 'right'.

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    I understand how you feel. Definately talk to his teacher and explain what happened.

    My son is probably going to have similar issues. He is just a little more rough and exciteable compared to other kids.

    Hope you get it sorted out.

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    The more I think about it, the more angry I get. I should have said something there and then when I rang to explain what DS told me happened. Why didn't he tell them that when he was in care, he had nothing to hide.
    I'm going to ask today if they asked him what happened and what his response was. And also to make sure they investigate everything he is 'blamed' for by other kids.

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