Sorry if there's a thread on this already, I searched but didn't find one.
I'm wondering if the toilets at your children's school are easily accessed by anybody off the street like this?
When we were in school we had two toilet breaks a day.
One in the morning and one in the afternoon.
The teacher always accompanied us and these toilets were in the same building as our classrooms.
It cut down all need for students to be wandering around school grounds on their own or in pairs.
A few times I have been at school pick up earlier than I should be (baby) and I've seen kindergarten kids dilly-dallying at the toilets.
I hate it!
They're so vulnerable and anybody could be out in the grounds as it's easily accessible.
I really think, given the way the world is these days, all children should be supervised at all times while in care of the school. Especially if the toilets are out in another building all together.
Two toilet breaks (rostered of course) should be enough.
It's very easily done and it would have to be easier than having children ask to go all day long? Finding them a partner and keeping tabs on them all?
Recently my DS wet his pants????
The reason - nobody would pair up with him to use the bathroom.
I don't know what went wrong there but he must have asked could he go and his teacher said yes find a partner and then left him to it...until he wet himself through.
So she's not really minding what they're doing at all is she?
She should have given him a partner, noted when they left and made sure they were back within a reasonable amount of time.
That's obviously not happening.
I'd be furious if this indecent happened at his school, and these are older children in a bigger group.