They wouldn't be teaching my child (or ANY child for that matter) any longer if they did.
I'd be making complaints and making sure something was done.
Honestly, if they threw something at my child I'd be looking at speaking to the police about assault.
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31-05-2013 20:49 #11
31-05-2013 20:51 #12
Geez no way! None of those things are ok! Has a complaint been made???
31-05-2013 21:01 #13
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31-05-2013 21:13 #15-
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Screwing up the work and throwing it is out of line. As for the other things is it possible the kid has taken the teachers comments out of context?
- a kid eats in class, the teacher catches them and says "it's ok just don't tell your parents"
- a kid says they will not be in class Friday because they are going to he beach for a family function. And the teacher says "I don't think your parents can pull you out of class for that."
I think we really need more detail on the last two claims otherwise we could very well be making a mountain out of a molehill.
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31-05-2013 21:14 #16
I don't think any of these things are ok.
31-05-2013 21:15 #17Senior Member
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Upon further thought, I actually would probably report it directly to the police. As I said, the "Don't tell your teacher what happens in the classroom" bit I think is the worst part of that behavior (not that the rest isn't horrendous). It really sounds predatory and I'd be fairly concerned, particularly if other teachers know and haven't put a stop to it/told them that kind of behavior is unacceptable, etc. And I'd be extra concerned if the teacher in question hasn't been at least suspended (or the teaching equivalent) to be thoroughly investigated for it. It sounds like the principal and rest of the teachers had failed in their duty of care and didn't report the behavior to the proper authorities.
31-05-2013 21:24 #18
No way! I had a very bad experience of a teacher in year 6 which I never forgot about. She was a big bully I wish she had been reported, so please report this teacher it is not right.
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31-05-2013 21:27 #19
WOW none of these things are ok (i am a parent and a teacher)! So sad that children are being educated by people like this
31-05-2013 21:32 #20
I wouldn't think anything of the screwing up work but certainly not throwing it at them! I have screwed up work with no name before but only after asking who it belongs to and getting no response. The other things are not ok at all. The parent has every right to know what is going on in a classroom!
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