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Head sacked for barring SN child from nativity play

(12 Posts)
JanH Sun 09-Jan-05 15:34:10

I'm sure there was a thread about this at the time but can't find it. Anyway she's been sacked apparently - gross misconduct.

Good.

tillykins Sun 09-Jan-05 15:37:48

Good.
Did she give any explanation as to why she thought this was acceptable?

JanH Sun 09-Jan-05 15:41:37

Not in this piece, tillykins, but I expect there will be more about it in the broadsheets later.

LapsedGymJunkie Sun 09-Jan-05 16:00:42

Thank God, how f**king dare she, what next ? deaf people, short people. tall people ???

edam Sun 09-Jan-05 16:03:41

Think sacking her was the right decision.

Blossomhill Sun 09-Jan-05 16:04:56

Makes me think there is hope for dd after all
Just reminds me of when the nursery teacher from her old school put her hand over dd's mouth to shut her up. Dd was only 3 at the time

lou33 Sun 09-Jan-05 16:38:06

lou33 Sun 09-Jan-05 16:38:30

that's for the way she treated the boy not for her being sacked.

Merlot Sun 09-Jan-05 16:59:04

Oh Blossom that's awful .

Dont know the full ins and outs, but sounds like her dismissal was the right decision.

Socci Sun 09-Jan-05 17:02:07

Message withdrawn

coppertop Sun 09-Jan-05 17:09:40

Hopefully other schools will take notice of this story and realise that this kind of behaviour is completely unacceptable. I find it really worrying that she obviously thought she would be able to get away with this.

JaysMum Sun 09-Jan-05 17:18:13

It's so sad that some of our children are put into the "care" of teachers who just don't "care".

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