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How worried I be about school not getting "it"

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lisad123everybodydancenow Wed 23-Jan-13 21:49:51

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coff33pot Wed 23-Jan-13 23:30:41

oh dear sounds as if they are afraid to upset the applecart and deal with a fallout.

Trouble is I know if it were mine they would be making a rod for their own backs and unfortunately lose respect from DS because it doesnt take long for a child to work out they have the upper hand....

Maybe suggest a meet up but with DD present? Perhaps have a little meet first armed with a list of what you deem inappropriate for DD and for school and suggest that some ground rules need setting? then have dd present so from the start off she is aware that you are accepting the "new boundaries, rules"

DS has a quiet area/work station where he goes to calm. But he is used to asking now and he gets it. BUT at the same time the rules still stand within the class room and over a couple weeks it worked out that he stayed in longer and longer. He had to be told that is the way they work but at the same time they didnt push it by keeping him trapped in something causing stress iyswim.

Dont actually know if I make any sense there lol x

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