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(11 Posts)
PeachyClair Tue 05-Jul-05 11:13:55

First parents evening since I was told Sam was 'sly and evil' and the whole dx thing got underway. New school but still a little scared!!

SoupDragon Tue 05-Jul-05 11:15:12

@ "sly and evil!!

Good luck - hope this is waaaaay better

coppertop Tue 05-Jul-05 11:38:16

Good luck, PeachyClair. Let us know how it goes.

anniebear Tue 05-Jul-05 13:18:27

Hope it goes ok

Easy Tue 05-Jul-05 13:24:10

PLEASE don't tell me a teacher described your child as sly and evil.

That is terrible

MandM Tue 05-Jul-05 13:28:22

PeachyClair - That is DISGRACEFUL.

Good luck for tonight, hope it goes much better and that the new school are far more understanding.

PeachyClair Tue 05-Jul-05 17:27:10

Well, Sam is bonding well with the other kids and has a 'lovely personality'- .

His school work is very behind though, but as

a) they hadn't even started writing at his old school, apart from his name which they taught him to abbreviate and spell wrong (he is Samuel, they taught him SAMP to distinguish him from the other Sam)

b) he is currently without glaases due to breakage, has been for a month whilst we moved and swapped Optometrists, and has about 50% vision.

Given that Sam also has Aspergers so making friends is SO difficult for him, I am one happy and proud Mummy! [grin}

Easy Tue 05-Jul-05 17:43:50

Good peachy, I'm really pleased for you.

Still shocked tho' about the 'sly and evil' label, esp given his AS.

Good job you moved, I think.

coppertop Tue 05-Jul-05 21:34:36

Awwww! Well done to Sam.

Blossomhill Tue 05-Jul-05 21:39:30

Great news Peachyclair. Just goes to show how much difference a good, understanding school can make. Really happy for you

jayzmummy Tue 05-Jul-05 23:51:41

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