I would be emailing the principal to say you are not happy how this was handled and go to someone higher up. They just want to sweep this under the rug..
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11-11-2014 17:57 #81
11-11-2014 18:00 #82
How is your DD now?
11-11-2014 18:04 #83
@DesperatelySeekingSleep she is fine, she is a tough cookie. When I asked her about it today she shut down and went very quiet which isnt like her but we had some girl time this arv just her and I and she is her happy self now.
11-11-2014 18:15 #84
Honestly i'd contact the education department and get them invloved. It's amazing how quickly attitudes change, apologies happen, etc when you do so.
11-11-2014 18:50 #85
If they have a APRE is it a catholic school? If it is catholic they have their own "education department", sorry I don't know what it is called in QLD. If it is an independent school then I am not sure who "higher up" would be, as they are not managed by the education department. At minimum copy in the senior principal.
I'm shocked that they blatantly ignored your specific request to be there when they spoke to your DD.
11-11-2014 18:55 #86
lil miss can show even that she sent the principal an email to address her concerns then they will be more likely to deal with it more quickly iykwim?
I agree, it's a crap state of affairs all round and I am actually appalled and very sus as to why they wouldn't let a mother be present.
11-11-2014 18:56 #87
11-11-2014 19:10 #88
I do all my venting here on the outside ive stayed calm for the exact reason you said but inside... its a volcano
11-11-2014 19:28 #89
11-11-2014 19:48 #90
I am absolutely appalled at the schools handling of this. I think it needs to be very formally lodged as a complaint through the school. I can't believe they had both kids in the room at the one time. Your poor dd.
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