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If you felt school was failing your child would you take your child to another school?

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Yorkiegirl Fri 22-Jul-05 17:50:16

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Puff Fri 22-Jul-05 17:51:12


katymac Fri 22-Jul-05 17:51:43

Seriously considering it - but if the problem is the child not the school there is no guarentee that another school would be any better (that's why I haven't decided - iyswim)

spidermama Fri 22-Jul-05 17:51:58

It depends on the upheaval. I would probably try to force the school to fulfill its legal obligation and educate my child.

spacedonkey Fri 22-Jul-05 17:52:16

Yes, although I'd give the school a chance to change for the better first

Nbg Fri 22-Jul-05 17:52:23

It would depend in which way they were failing them.

If I saw a problem that wasn't being resolved I would probably move her.

Whats the prob YG?

Yorkiegirl Fri 22-Jul-05 17:59:56

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Nbg Fri 22-Jul-05 18:03:08

Maybe she's upset because her son hasn't done as well as she would have wanted but yes, you would have thought she'd have done something about it if he's been there 4 years!

Puff Fri 22-Jul-05 18:18:34

Yes, if she was that unhappy, she should have taken action ages ago.

Socci Fri 22-Jul-05 18:50:13

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wangle99 Fri 22-Jul-05 21:02:36

The school failed our daughter and we did move her.

ScrewballMuppet Fri 22-Jul-05 21:04:54

Without a doubt ds coming on leaps and bounds and much happier since changing schools

PeachyClair Fri 22-Jul-05 21:06:42

Yes. And did. With FAB results

assumedname Fri 22-Jul-05 21:29:05

Yes, and have done with 2 kids. Really pleased I did.

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