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not happy in new class

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mrstt Thu 25-Sep-08 09:58:30

DS has just been moved to a new class with no friends of his own - he is finding it very difficult and is unhappy at break times etc. should I move him to another class even although I really really want him to have this teacher?

AMumInScotland Thu 25-Sep-08 10:26:48

Why was he moved into a different class? I'm afraid that without a bit more information it's very hard to say what would be best!

nailpolish Thu 25-Sep-08 10:28:32

do you mean same school but different class? if so why? and why cant he see his pals at playtime?

sunnydelight Thu 25-Sep-08 11:06:04

I'm really surprised that you have the the choice to "move him to another class" tbh. In most schools it is a huge deal to have kids moved from one class to another.

AbbeyA Thu 25-Sep-08 11:11:32

Why does it stop him seeing his friends at playtime and lunch time? Do you have the option of moving him anyway? If you like the teacher I would keep him where he is. My DS1 had most of his friends in a different class in the juniors but he still saw them in the playground.

cory Thu 25-Sep-08 11:17:01

Doubt if the school would be willing to move him; they probably have important reasons behind the reshuffle. Anyway, he should be able to play with his friends at breaktime; that's where most of the socialising goes on.

mrstt Thu 25-Sep-08 13:38:03

sorry didn't explain properly - he was moved at the start of the new school year (year 3) and most of his friends are in another playground, same school.

nailpolish Thu 25-Sep-08 14:27:49

still not clear - was he moved to a different year?

clam Thu 25-Sep-08 14:43:03

Why was he moved? And why was noone else moved with him?

AbbeyA Thu 25-Sep-08 16:37:40

Is it a huge school?-it seems odd to have the same year in different playgrounds.

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