I’m not too proud to admit that I was wrong.
In my last post I was bemoaning the fact that I felt I had received insensitive treatment from the teachers of my 12 year old daughter’s school, after she had suffered a bad case of anxiety.
I was called into the school today to be told that she did not need to participate in Sports Day if she did not want to and that we should have called them to make them aware of her anxieties. They said they would have put her in a workshop class where she would have had the opportunity to do art therapy, cooking, literacy and more.
They have also provided her with a pass that allows her to take time-out of any class whenever she is feeling overwhelmed. Apparently quite a few children already have this kind of pass and even though many don’t actually use it, it is comforting for them to know they have that option should things get too much for them.
I am happy and grateful and I am happy to put the record straight and say I was wrong to say they did not care.
This is a good school.
A big thank you to all those of you who offered your support and encouragement on here:
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Chris – https://www.funnylass.com/
It means a lot and I am blessed to know you cared enough to leave a comment. May God bless you back abundantly.