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Teacher's introduction of my dd - what does it mean?

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Mercedes Wed 21-Feb-07 22:07:25

My dd is in reception and has come home and said that her teacher introduced her to the new classroom assistant as being the oldest in the class and the one most like a year one girl.
I'm not sure how to take the comment most like a year one girl - attitude, speech, ability and whether it's a positive or negative thing.
I know my dd is only 5 but she's normally quite good at remembering and repeating things.
I'm not annoyed by the comment just puzzled. Any thoughts or views on how I should take it?

ja9 Wed 21-Feb-07 22:13:19

i would think it meant she is mature and reliable compared to the others...

.. definately a compliment and nothing to worry about...

Steward Thu 22-Feb-07 12:55:35

I Would take it as a compliment, as it implies that your child behaves the same as a year 1 child.

geekgrrl Thu 22-Feb-07 12:56:43

I agree, it's without a doubt a compliment

morningpaper Thu 22-Feb-07 12:57:22

how could it be negative?

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