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Regardig preschool one jenius kindergarden branch

Postby rvj » Tue, 02 Oct 2012 11:21 pm

Dear all,

My kid is in playgroup she is not even 3 years old yet. She is very active and little stubborn as all kids she keeps everything in her mouth she is always active she wont sit in a place she never like any biscuits or cookies. I hope this is not too strange from other kids. Her school teachers are complaining very often about her that she is not colouring inside the picture she is keeping things in her mouth most importantly she don eat their school biscuits while all other kids like it.. they always keep comparing her with other kid who is 10 months olders than my kid also that kid had gone to school in her home country while this is the first school for my kid that too from term 3.. all these complaints are made in front of her. especially about biscuits i feel too silly and they just do say something for the sake of complaint.. i feel this is phycological abusement.. She hears that and says to me teacher is complaining and so she doesnt want to go school.. today my child felt very sad and started to cry once she returned from school this is what happened there. When I went to pick up her she said teacher gave stickers to everyone except me please get me a sticker mom. I thought teacher forgot to give her and so went to teacher to ask a sticker for satisfaction of my kid but the teacher turned out saying these complaints 1. "i wont give her a sticker cause she did not wear sweater when i asked to wear " 2. she did not eat biscuits 3. she did not sit in a place. on the way home itself my kid started behaving in different way she screamed.. after coming home she cried teacher is not giving sticker for me she says iam bad girl so i feel bad .. i felt they affect my kid phycologically.. what can I do in this case please advice.
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Postby nakatago » Tue, 02 Oct 2012 11:45 pm

It's all about compliance here so if you have the patience, you can have a discussion with your child's teachers to address your concerns.

Otherwise, you'll have to find a different playgroup that will meet your expectations. Or you can teach your child that there will be people out there in the world that will make her sad if she doesn't try to fit in.

Sorry but that's just the way things are here.


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