I was listening to LBC and couldn't believe my ears at the suggestion of unisex toilets in a secondary school in Kent in a bid to combat graffiti in the toilets. I don't see how that will help. To my mind the kids will hate it. I certainly wouldn't have wanted to share toilets with the boys when I went to school, it was far too embarrassing. The first thing I thought was that even as an adult I do
I have a son, 7. He is in second grade. He goes to school and is not a problem, but he just does not take school seriously. He rushes through his work, it is sloppy, has careless errors etc. I have tried rewards and incentives, but he is not responding. Any ideas?
Hi Guys My son has Asperger's and was bullied at his last two schools, I've just moved him again but he's refusing to go most days and I fear that it's starting again. It's breaking my heart. I can't be there all the time and I want to be, he's such a bright boy and his education is suffering massively with the disruption of changing schools three times! My husband has a g
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Started by Annabelle77 | 2014-03-19 09:50:09
I was listening to LBC and couldn't believe my ears at the suggestion of unisex toilets in a secondary school in Kent in a bid to combat graffiti in the toilets. I don't see how that will help. To my ...