daughter exposed to sexual behaviour in school playhround at 5 years old.
my child of reception aged 5 was told how to have sex and was asked by another pupil to touch her private parts. the same boys have touched another girl in her class and the problem goes on and on. i have reported it to social services and the police and the head teacher. but the head teacher just explains to me that this problem is normal in this young age and to move on and stop talking about it. the head teacher also told a parent that social services was involved and i have had arguments with the parent due to this. the parent did not go to any other parent and i feel that my name has been brought up and all the head had to say was i was lucky she did not tell the parent about the police as well. i am currently keeping my daughter off school as i do not feel that i can send her there. the head has told everybody i.e police social services that the matter has been dealt with and that the dinner ladies are aware of the situation. but through a source at the school i have been told they have no knowledge of this. i feel the school is allowing this kind of behaviour to be brushed under the carpet and my daughter is not the only child this has happened to. it has happened in years reception, year 1, year 2 and year 3. all parents have brought this to the attention of the head but no parent feels there child is safe so they remove there child from the school. what do i do and who can i complain to. i have been to the governer and he told me the same thing and that i can make things worse by .causing a storm about my childs safety and well being. please help i am so stressed and worried and do not know what to do anymore.
what do you WANT the school to do that they have not done?
expel the students that talk about anything remotely sexual?
close the school down?
have a meeting and keep discussing it more and more?
your concerns are starting to make you so emotional, sounds to me, that you could be talking this up so much your daughter could end up suffering more than she ever would have.
I am sorry this has upset you so badly but get along with your life- you made your point maam- now try to get a bit more positive about your daughters' school.......force yourself to stop it- can you tell me honestly that your daughter is not affected by all the uproar? I can just imagine the gossiping, the whispering, the phone calls, to keep this stirred maam- 3 years?
If you really dislike the school so much, put her in private school and get happy.
Look into getting your child into another school as it sounds as if the school is not in control of what is happening there, why have not got more supervision in the Play ground and taken the resonsibility, can the parents take it on to go in turn and supervise?Take control with the other parents they are your children protect them whatever it costs or get a better school.
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