My feed

to access all these features

Join our Primary Education forum to discuss starting school and helping your child get the most out of it.

Primary education

Just been to a Parent - Teacher Meeting and I am not happy

11 replies

SherlockLGJ · 12/10/2006 19:46

Literacy ---- More than happy

Numeracy-----Needs a bit of work.


Lovely child.

So why am I soooooooooo pissed off.???

She said he does not always follow an instruction first time.
To which DH pipes up, well I am deaf and >this is a Cochlear Implant and even though it is orders of magnitude better than deaf,it is still not perfect.

I don't always respond to Mrs LGJ first time every time............>>> would that be why he is so LOUD not shouty loud, just loud.

Yes, says we in unison...............

I asked for this information to be passed up from YReception to IL. It is a small school there are only 400 in the school. (It goes to YR6. I mean FFS it is not exactly trivial is it ???

OOOOOOhhhhhhhhhhh God I could kill someone.

OP posts:
covenoveneer · 12/10/2006 19:49

Head and brick wall springs to mind. on your behalf.

foulmoonfiend · 12/10/2006 19:51

PanicPants · 12/10/2006 19:53

Records would have been passed on, is the teacher new?

SherlockLGJ · 12/10/2006 19:55


I think the YR teacher carried it around in her head TBH, she sees us at Church so therefore she knows IYKWIM , but because of this I went to her and asked that 1L be kep abreast of things.

OP posts:
PanicPants · 12/10/2006 20:04

Sounds strange. How can she not have noticed?

At least she knows now, not that its much consolation for you.

SherlockLGJ · 12/10/2006 20:05

Well tonight was the first time she saw, DH, he commutes and goes at 8.00 and is back at 7.00 p.m

OP posts:
covenoveneer · 12/10/2006 20:06

Quick hijack - sherlock,have you heard from Mars today? How did itg o?

beckybraAAARGHstraps · 12/10/2006 20:07

Why would she have noticed that dad was deaf? (or am I getting hold of the wrong end of the stick)

Not saying it shouldn't have been passed on of course.

FioFio · 12/10/2006 20:08

This reply has been deleted

Message withdrawn

PanicPants · 12/10/2006 20:08

Ah, well it still should have been in ds's social record.

SherlockLGJ · 12/10/2006 20:58


Yes I have.

OP posts:
Please create an account

To comment on this thread you need to create a Mumsnet account.