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DD behaving really badly at school

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BriocheDoree Tue 23-Jun-09 13:07:23

DD (5 PDD) is behaving really badly at school at the moment sad. She is biting and pushing the other kids, screaming when they try and share things with her, squealing and screaming when the teacher is trying to talk to the class.
She is in a class of 32 kids. It's nearly the end of term. They haven't had a break since end of April (no summer half term).
Next year she gets 12 hours 1-to-1.
Just sad for her because she's done really well this year, and was well integrated into the class. Just hope she doesn't alienate them all before next year. I've seen her behaviour deteriorate too, and I'm hoping it's just exhaustion / being overwhelmed by it all.
Nothing much to be done about this...just venting really.

HelensMelons Tue 23-Jun-09 17:28:15

Hi Brioche

Had this with DS2 as well, particularly between the ages of 5 and 7 - it was really disheartening getting the notes in the homework diary!

He hit someone with a skipping rope this week but settled down thankfully. These events are much less frequent now is is a bit older.

I think the kids are tired at this stage of the year. My lot finished for the summer today (we have longer summer holidays here in NI) and they were ready too.

Hopefully it will pass and she won't alienate anyone and it's just a blip in otherwise a successful school year!

magso Thu 25-Jun-09 15:22:48

Ds goes to a sn school and it is common for the children to get rather ragged toward the end of long terms. Can DD have a long weekend or a day off with the teachers blessing? When ds was in ms we were asked to take him home at 12 on 'odd days' ie days that did not follow routine -there are a lot in the summer end of term period! It was just too much for him otherwise.

PeachyTheRiverParrettHarlot Thu 25-Jun-09 15:44:26

Hiya Bri smile

just what otehrs said really- ds1 is kicking off massively at home atm and many NT kids ats choola s they are shattered at this stage of the year

The kids will be very unlikely to remember it and hopefully she'll enjoy summer and go abck refereshed

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