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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I am much the same, its hard! I was advised to just be firm and to the point - request your DD being moved and say that you feel it isnt a healthy/good fit for your daughter. If that doesnt work is there any way yoy coyld get a letter from a child psychologist or GP or something saying that its in your daughters best interest to be moved?
    Yep possibly..my gp is pretty good with stuff like that...here's hoping it doesn't come to that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by meljemillie View Post
    So you think write a letter and pass it on to the principal?? Or still make an appointment? My other option is speaking to the vice principal who knows my daughter...our principal is only in his 2nd year so isn't familiar with all students. .although i don't want to come across as undermining him either...
    If it were me I would pass it on personally - its much easier to deny a request when the person isnt right in front of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meljemillie View Post
    So you think write a letter and pass it on to the principal?? Or still make an appointment? My other option is speaking to the vice principal who knows my daughter...our principal is only in his 2nd year so isn't familiar with all students. .although i don't want to come across as undermining him either...
    You could write the letter first and follow it up with an interview if need be.
    I've spent the last year dealing with an unreasonable principal and from that experience I just think it's better to have proof of everything which can obviously be achieved in writing.

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    Is a shame the previous year three issues were not documented or taken seriously. If there was a paper trail that would certainly help your situation. I would ask if they have records about that.
    Then meet in person to discuss the situation. Go through the letter and leave them with the letter. Paper trail all the way!

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    yeah I would do it in person

    also - bring her reports showing the difference in her grades in the year she had that teacher and those issues.

    Show that it isnt just your DD being a bit precious

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    So the office Admin ladies told me all i have to do is write a letter requesting a change in class...anyone able to help with how to word it please?


 

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