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Meissajj Mon 08-Dec-14 22:19:13

Hello to all of you
We moved to enfield as we had a new house there , so my DD moved to a new school , he start this year
In the beginning I didn't liked the way that teachers treat the kids when I went for a visit : BCz my DD son find everything new and different so was a bit strange for him , in his class there is 2 teachers and assistant , one of the teacher are really nice and lovely but she is there only twice a week , both of others are really rude and they don't know how treat our children's
My soon was crying BCz he don't want to go inside and the teacher come to him pull him from his hand badly and Pull him like a dog inside he nearly fall , I was choked really choked I can't believe what she did
After all that I was working really hard to help him to settle down , but for 3 or 4 weeks now my soon and lots of others kids been biting slapping kicking by one naughty child , his mother a really rude women she keep going to everybody outside and Shout to them you kids heat my baby and all this staff
Me and those parent we did spoke to the teacher many many many time about what happen , and just say we gonna watch this boy , keep eye on him , we will talk to this mum BCz she is not allowed to Spoke to parents etcccccc , but nothing really happin and they did nothing
To day my DD soon been slapt and dragged , another boy had a black mark under his eye , and all by this same boy
Any body plz tell me what I need to do until my son move some were else , no empty places for this year in others school at all
one of the children's Being hited and he didn't told his teacher , the mother said my DD said he was
scared of them ( the teachers)
I appreaciate any advice plz
Thanks

fuctifino Mon 08-Dec-14 22:21:44

If the teacher isn't acting on your concerns, have you taken it the head teacher ?

RandomHouseRules Mon 08-Dec-14 22:24:09

You need to make an appointment to go and talk with the teacher about the experience your son has had and the steps that the school is taking to manage behaviour. If you get an unsatisfactory response (as you are suggesting you are getting) you should make an appointment to discuss it with the head teacher and then, if still not happy, the governing body. I hope it works out for you and your son.

Meissajj Mon 08-Dec-14 22:30:57

My husband and I went to speak to the teacher and her assistant , and she said she will keep an eye on this child , and she said the same to the others parents
But they didn't react , one of the kids don't want to go to school any more for his mum is like a nightmare
Is really upsetting and stressful thing

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