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    Yes I agree with @PrincesSmelanie. I was just coming in to add that it may seem like they aren't doing 'anything' to discipline this boy but there may be a lot going on behind the scenes that they can't/don't/won't share. It doesn't mean they don't care about your daughter and won't be telling the boy that his behaviour was inappropriate, just that they might not share everything iykwim? And I can guarantee they'll be watching him especially around your daughter to protect her in the future.

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    From what the teacher said yesterday it doesn't sound like they see it as that serious (ie CP doesnt need to be involved and that its just a minor incident). The boys mum is very involved in the school, and I am wondering if that will have an impact on how they deal with it (I know it shouldn't and that the school has a protocol they need to follow). I sort of feel like ive made a mountain out of a molehill but my priority is my daughter and her feeling safe at school.

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    Well I'd be very concerned if they were seeing it that way. And please don't feel that way - you haven't done that in the slightest. Quite honestly it shouldn't have happened in the first place.

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    You're right, your DD's safety is the most important thing. Maybe you can ask the school what they're doing to make sure she is safe so it doesn't happen again?

    It may be viewed as a minor incident by the school but they still need to keep other kids safe. The boy is too young to be "disciplined" about it bcoz he's too young to understand so the focus should be on teaching him that touching ppl like that is not ok.

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    I would be making my own report to CP. You don't have to be a mandatory reporter to do so. A finger in the bottom would be strange enough but the 'sexy' language would tell me that there's more to the story. Kids don't know about 'sexy'. If there had been other reports then this may help the little boy concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Yes I agree with @PrincesSmelanie. I was just coming in to add that it may seem like they aren't doing 'anything' to discipline this boy but there may be a lot going on behind the scenes that they can't/don't/won't share. It doesn't mean they don't care about your daughter and won't be telling the boy that his behaviour was inappropriate, just that they might not share everything iykwim? And I can guarantee they'll be watching him especially around your daughter to protect her in the future.
    Thats very true harvs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    I would be making my own report to CP. You don't have to be a mandatory reporter to do so. A finger in the bottom would be strange enough but the 'sexy' language would tell me that there's more to the story. Kids don't know about 'sexy'. If there had been other reports then this may help the little boy concerned.
    dd1 says things like 'that girl/boy is sexy'- she hears me call dh sexy, and hears her 17 year old aunty say it.... heck she even describes herself as sexy when she wears pretty clothes... I asked her what it means and she said it means someone looks nice or pretty or handsome. She doesnt/didnt connect it with anything adult as such, if that makes sense? Which is part of the reason I was never overly concerned about this boy saying it to her and tried to let her learn her own ways of dealing with it.

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    @lil miss just to let you know the first picture didn't delete.
    Yeah I realised! Cant work out how to do it on app? Tried editing and still didnt work. Have reported to mods so can be deleted


 

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