|Friday, September 19, 2003|
When I read stories such as this I get really sad.
A Tonbridge toddler has become one of the youngest children in the country to be excluded from school because of his outrageous behaviour.
It is not the school that shocks me. They have to operate the ridiculous 'system' after all. But the mother's comments just make me want to do some harm:
Miss Holmewood, of Audley Avenue, said: "Paul wasn't given a chance. The school was aware he needed constant attention or he would crave it in other ways."
Now whether ADHD exists as a condition or not I don't know, but I have my suspicions, but what is the liklihood of two children in the same family having it? Then there is the Ritalin statement. This mother seems to regret the fact that her son is too young to be drugged.
I may be wrong but I bet I can tell how these children live, what their house looks like and the mother's parenting skills.
Suffer the children....
Noted at 7:09 PM. |
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A pretty ordinary thirtysomething (OK very nearly forty.) bloke who just so happens to be a housedad and home educates two of his three kids - The other one thinks he is a mad and crazy fool.
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