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( Sep. 13th, 2010 10:10 pm)
Off to school tomorrow to find out what's happening now. Wonder what his teacher will have to say for herself?
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( Sep. 10th, 2010 09:19 am)
well, how was your day yesterday? Mine went like this

7.30am Wake up. What's that pain behind my eye? Why's it going dark on that side? I feel sick...oh, joy! It's a migraine.

9am Stewart finally out to school, bed.

1pm Phone's going, oh great it's the school. I think it's to do with this So I imagine I'm going to have a fun day when he doesn't do the detention tomorrow and I have to explain in words of one syllable some very complicated concepts from yesterday. Not quite.

My son, crusading for grate justis, decided to find out exactly who told the teacher that had accused him of lying that he was lying, gets out of class on a pretext and goes to her class and tapes the conversation they had on his phone. Which is against school rules and illegal, but I'm not fussed to go to court on it, because I've got other people around the exceptions before. And it wouldn't go to court anyway, it'd be the children's pannel and they have all the oomph of a wet lettuce.

The school is trying to make the use of the phone a separate disciplinary matter, I say back up and it's not, I'm not and I'm filing a grievance with the Education Dept as soon as I get off the phone, so I'll come and get Stewart (it's an excludable matter) when I've done that. And can I have a copy of the statement he's making over the matter?

Voice shaking for the rest of this phone call. Dude's just been promoted and he's way out his depth. "I don't now how I can do that. I can read it out to over the phone."

No, you can email it to me. And you can give me your name and the name of the staff member involved while you're at it."

"Here's my name and the other staff, but I don't have your email."

Here's my email. It's also on record with the the school as well, but why don't you just photocopy what Stewart's written and send that home with him?"

"I could do that...The phone with the recording will have to stay here, while we're dealing with the matter."

No it doesn't. It can be copied to a pc within the school and the phone can come home with Stewart. If it doesn't I'm going to the ploice and filing theft charges against every individual who handled the phone. And you're free to add illegal taping charges while they're there. But that phone's coming home tonight."

"I'll call you back."

No, really, you can just let me die in peace. But I know who I'm about to get on the phone and so I start looking for my heavy duty horse pills. I'm going to need them.

20 mins later (I'd expected ten) I get the head on the phone, (it's Dunlop, so at least I know where I stand with her)Telling me that I can I have the phone, I have to come and get it myself, which as I know is their procedure. (true). There's just the small matter of the recording and what we're going to do about it.

Thnak god for horse pills. I can't go into these meetings with alcohol on my breath. And I'm teetotal. And they're less calories than cheesecake.

So I walk up to the school (2.5k - getting my cardio in for the day!) and here we go off on the same merry-go-round as the phone call. It's breaching council policy and they've had several incidents of it (wonder why? Because that's the first question an outsider would ask) and it's illegal he could go to jail (Fine, let's call the police! I want to go to court! I'll make asking for a judicial review of the council's policy part of my case. At least we'll get the whole sorry mess in the open)

"But we don't want to put Stewart through that and have it on his record. You know our first concern is for Stewart."

"I'm sure it is. Phone plz."

"Not unless that recording is deleted."

"But it might be needed for evidence. I've brought a USB card reader to copy it to your pc and then we can take the phone away."

"No recordings or copies anywhere! Dodds the teacher he taped has every right to take it further by the way."

She's the one who accused him of lying in the first place. I've already named her in my grievance. And if she does take it further we'll need the recording.

"He's already admitted the recording. We don't need it. There's nothing on it anyway thats incriminating for anyone (It's her saying "Did you came out of class? Get back to class! See me at lunchtime if you want to talk." and Stewart politely asking her who told her that he was lying about the detention. Still, not the time and place and I agree with that)"Can we just get rid of the recording and this can all go away."

I want to talk to Stewart alone about the recording.

"Not without a secretary recording it. Neutral observer." (Pity Stewart isn't bilingual. And I really need to brush up my language skills.)

I'm not happy about it going, in case it does go further, but I don't trust the school with the phone. (they have been known to go through confiscated phones and delete stuff. Phones have also been returned with scratches that weren't there before and credit lower than it should be) so the recording is transcribed and Stewart agrees to delete it, (though it was clear they had no idea how to work his phone and if he'd been clever he'd have deleted something else or sent it to be and then deleted it. Of course, if he'd been clever, he'd never have been sprung in the first place. Stewart's not very good at the sneaky.)

So now all the allegations Stewart had made about the class and the teacher are going to be investigated properly - like they would have been anyway, because I'd complained officially to begin with. But I guess now the head knows, they really will be, because people tend to work harder when the boss is watching.

And the recording breach goes away so the school's reputation is safe and the education authority never find out so Stewart doesn't have to worry about court. As for teacher maybe taking action against him, I doubt that will happen, because I'll make sure that people will know why Stewart recorded her and I'll file my own grievance. If Stewart goes down, she's coming too. Which I'm sure Dunlop would have told her. I'd make damn sure all the names would get out in the public arena.

Oh and Stewart's not excluded. He's not happy about that.
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( Sep. 8th, 2010 07:16 pm)
It's WTF?School time again!

He's got a detention for not working. Because he was raging about it when he came home, I assumed it was a lesson he'd just had and put the wrong time down for when Stewart was complaining.

Apparently they'd been meant to send emails to each other and then insert a spreadsheet into a word doc, which just hadn't been going, never mind the email going through either (the school server is seriously robust. It's up and down like a tart's knickers). He'd been trying to get the teacher's attention, but the teacher had apparently been in a strop. Maybe he couldn't get the tart's knickers down. Maybe he couldn't get them up. So he'd been ignoring the pupils and refused to listen to them when they tried to tell him they'd been working, but the PCs hadn't. And a few of them had been given lunchtime detentions for not working. (Including Stewart, otherwise this would be a really weird entry. As it is you should see it in it's first draft. I think Precious is slowly giving up the ghost)

So when I got the detention to sign i put that he wasn't doing it with what I believed were the facts, then crossed them out when Stewart corrected me (9.25, not 3.25). Then the head of dept calls him out his class and accuses him of lying to me because she'd read the crossed out bits as well the not crossed out bits and he's doing the detention because he's a lying liar who lies. Aren't you comforted that tomorrow's voters are being educated by person of such astouding reading comprehension? My mind is completely set at ease. They'll be able to fill in their own names perfectly at the methodone clinic!

So I imagine I'm going to have a fun day when he doesn't do the detention tomorrow and I have to explain in words of one syllable some very complicated concepts.

Stewart hates PE. So I write him notes to get out of it. (A girl could just do what I did and have this endless period.) I tell them he's got hipititis cause that's what he told everyone I had bursitis, because I have it and so he knows how to act with it.

His PE teacher asked him what bursitis is. According to Stewart, it's a fungal infection in his hip.
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( Sep. 8th, 2010 07:15 pm)
It's WTF?School time again!

He's got a detention for not working. Because he was raging about it when he came home, I assumed it was a lesson he'd just had and put the wrong time down for when Stewart was complaining.

Apparently they'd been meant to send emails to each other and then insert a spreadsheet into a word doc, which just hadn't been going, never mind the email going through either (the school server is seriously robust. It's up and down like a tart's knickers). He'd been trying to get the teacher's attention, but the teacher had apparently been in a strop. Maybe he couldn't get the tart's knickers down. Maybe he couldn't get them up. So he'd been ignoring the pupils and refused to listen to them when they tried to tell him they'd been working, but the PCs hadn't. And a few of them had been given lunchtime detentions for not working. (Including Stewart, otherwise this would be a really weird entry. As it is you should see it in it's first draft. I think Precious is slowly giving up the ghost)

So when I got the detention to sign i put that he wasn't doing it with what I believed were the facts, then crossed them out when Stewart corrected me (9.25, not 3.25). Then the head of dept calls him out his class and accuses him of lying to me because she'd read the crossed out bits as well the not crossed out bits and he's doing the detention because he's a lying liar who lies. Aren't you comforted that tomorrow's voters are being educated by person of such astouding reading comprehension? My mind is completely set at ease. They'll be able to fill in their own names perfectly at the methodone clinic!

So I imagine I'm going to have a fun day when he doesn't do the detention tomorrow and I have to explain in words of one syllable some very complicated concepts.

Stewart hates PE. So I write him notes to get out of it. (A girl could just do what I did and have this endless period.) I tell them he's got hipititis cause that's what he told everyone I had bursitis, because I have it and so he knows how to act with it.

His PE teacher asked him what bursitis is. According to Stewart, it's a fungal infection in his hip.
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( Jun. 10th, 2010 09:25 pm)
Apparently some kid who was just back off suspension decided to keep pissing off Stewart till he snapped and there was nearly a fight in class. It was stopped before it got to a fight, so no action can be taken against Stewart(and even if the fight had gone further, the school would have heard me) Apparently the kid wanted to go back on suspension. It didn't work, he's got an after school detention instead.

I will be so glad when he leaves there. I'm tired of wondering if the phone will ring, or what's happened this time. I'm sick of hearing how so-and-so screwed up the classes so badly that the teachers have to send work home so the pupils keep up, because the council's lily-livered to weed out the offenders, the staff's either too old to care or too young to cope.

I get that the area is deprived and the parents don't care and so the kids are growing up with a shitload of problems that mean most of them will perpetuate the cycle in a few years time.

But I'm sick of suffering because of the lowest common denominator. I'm sick of poverty being an excuse for people being shits and having shitty lives and making the rest of us have shitty lives. I used to be proud of being working class.

Now? It's synonymous with sloth, addiction and excuses.

I'm Aspirational Working Class. I may be poor, but I'm proud of who I am and what I can be.
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( Jun. 8th, 2010 09:28 pm)
Yippee! It's WTF?School time again!

(We'll ignore getting sent home from school for being about to get into a fight. More on that tomorrow! Bet you can't wait!)

About a fortnight ago, he was supposed to put an essay in English on the computer and print it off. I've got no ink right now, so he did it at his Nan's and emailed from her PC. We both saw him do this.

Now remember the school server is robust. It didn't get to his email and the English teacher (an utter hag) accuses him of lying about it. I write a note saying it does exist and I have it - I had him forward it to me at the time) I can send it, if I know where. She tells (ignoring me) him to resend it, if it exists. This gets Stewart so angry, he's demanding to change classes, so I email his guidance teacher. I hear nothing back, but Stewart says the homework issue is resolved. Then I get a report on his progress card (which he's got make sure he does his work in English. It does get marked up for all his other lessons, as well. Oddly he seems to be doing alright in those)about two pieces of homework. I write back on the progress card about the first one (email! I'll send it to you! Or I'll come in with my flash drive and my screencaps and we'll have a discussion with your dept head about accusations of lying when it's been proven he wasn't). That issue suddenly vanishes.

But apparently they've been doing Dracula the play and they were supposed to write something based off it. Stewart says she skipped to the end and missed all the detail. It's much more likely that Stewart's new superpower of triggering migraines and the school's habit of sending him home if he so much as complains of a headache means that he missed those bits.

I write this back on the card, what with the server being robust, so I know it will get there. I suggest sending the play home and the homework and we'll get it done.

She tells him to redraft what he's done. No play home. Ignores the fact he can't do it because there is nothing written because he hasn't read the play because he wasn't there.

I'm seriously tempted to do something like this
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I got a reply off the school about why they're all halfwits.

It amounts to "the server is robust."

I'll put up the letter when the scanner and Precious are talking to each other.

13 months till he can leave. Can't come soon enough.

An entire page of Robust Server is Robust. A page
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( Mar. 16th, 2010 11:44 am)
School phoned. I left a snotty message telling them if they wanted to know where Stewart was to read the email they got got sent and I was sick of this everytime he was off and I always email, so I suggested they learned to read, work a computer or otherwise did their jobs.

I think I need a WTF?School tag
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( Mar. 15th, 2010 11:38 pm)
great, now Stewart's in bed with a migraine. I have emailed the school. Do you think they'll notice that they were emailed?
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( Mar. 15th, 2010 02:27 pm)
no gym to today, I can't even get dressed. i took some weird headache last night. I'm dehydrated - no idea why, but I think it's a reaction to all the choc yesterday. I can eat small amounts of chocs,but forgot that doesn't mean lots of small chocs.

I feel sick.

I'm supposed to be cycling over to my sis-in-law (who I'd slap if she weren't pregnant. I think she's deliberately taking stuff out of context. I just said I'd want to know what it was I was having and this has been taken as she's crazy for not wanting to know. She's also upset because Stewart didn't say hello to her when he came in. He says he didn't see her behind Barry and didn't expect her to be there - we only see her when she's getting something) to give her her birthday card, but I'll just get Stewart to post it when he comes in from school. I think I'll send him the chippy as well. I can't be arsed cooking.

And I've had another letter off the school - "Why was Stewart off on such a date? You never told us!" I always get those letters. I always email when he's off and I still get these letters. Technically they could take me court over any absences and I hope they do. I want to walk into court with a shit load of emails and say "There you go! All dated and time stamped!" And then the school will be all "You could have told us about these before!" And I can say "Do your damn jobs in the first place. I sent 'em, not my problem if you don't know what order the shoes and socks go on."

I'm sick of incompetence and excuses. The Lornshill admin staff really do work 12-1 with an hour for lunch. If thye can't pass shit on, that's not my damage. With a few exceptions they are the laziest crew that ever set foot in an office. And the grumpiest.

Christ, daytime tv sucks. Imma goan sleep
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( Feb. 24th, 2010 07:58 pm)
*sigh* woke up again at stupid o'clock to find it was a blizzard outside. No school for Stewart, then.

Cleaned the bathroom (1 1/2) so now we're all clean and hygenic and I'm on top of all the house work - barring the dishes in the sink.

Watched Alice. Syfy made this? but it's really good! Syfy don't make good stuff! Syfy make Shark Attack in Venice! Meglodon 3! It's all subversive and meta-y and stuff.

I love Hatter/Alice. (anyone think The Queen and her husband started off like Hatter and Alice? And got lost along the way?)

Then I did 10k on the exercise bike and I've knocked three minutes off the last time I was on (47.something to 43.something) I was going to do my weights, but I forgot to move them through beforehand.

Now I bring romance author wank because, well I can and it's funny. The lulziest bit is when the author makes out that the reviewer is JELUS of her (vanity)published status and that's why the shitty review.

I love watching adults behave like they're five.
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( Oct. 19th, 2007 06:36 pm)
So, plot thickens at school. Stewart had been misbehaving in art and was on a final warning, getting a detention not for the teacher falling over the chair, but for making a rude face at one of the teachers when she was asking him what his damage was.

Apparently he needed to get up fifty times for paint.

They reckon the reason that he's having so much trouble at school is because the learning system of secondary is different to primary. Primary suits kinethesic learners, secondary suits readers. He's the former. But the latter is cheaper, especially when you've 1000 pupils in your school and teaching staff who can't be arsed.
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( Oct. 18th, 2007 10:32 pm)
Stewart got a detention for laughing at a teacher who tripped over her chair. And a positive referral for taking off his bodywarmer.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?
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I'm having another one of those weeks.

So I go to see the rector of the school and spend an hour arguing with him about the suspension. Result? I got it rescinding with an apology.

Now Stewart has a tonne of work to catch up on, the meeting to work out how best to arrange his schoolwork is yet to happen  - he's finding the work too damn easy - and so has the letter officially rescinding the suspension. He's still not happy at being back at school, as he's been threatened by the suspended boys' mates, though it's been dealt with. i jump everythime the phone rings. I haven't slept right in a month. He does seem more settled though and has got himself a girlfriend, called Arlene.

My settee has given up the ghost, so I'm getting a new one. This week is going to be busy, as I have to decorate my living room quickly.

I've spent this week arsing about with mobiles and computers. Mum was supposed to be be switching over the DVDs because the multi-region one was in her bedroom, but somehow I sorted out her blog instead. (dear Post Office....WHERE'S MY FUCKING DVDS? It normally only takes a week for them to turn up here.)

When I finally did get round to the dvds and shit, we couldn't figure out where it was all supposed to go. She then has me doing the long winded version of stuff I suggested at the start and easier. then she wonders why I'm shouting at her....

I'm still not writing and I can't go out for a walk, in case the damn school phones.

Then again, if I'm working on the notes of my nano from last year, with a view to picking it up again, that's creative, right? That counts, doesn't it?

I just feel so strained and I can't do my usual stuff to ease it, which is stressing me further, then I feel bad because stressed as I am, it's Stewart who's in the thick of it and I really shouldn't be moaning about me.
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I'm having a very shitty day. Actually none of this week has been so hot.

Did i mention Stewart decided to attempt to dislocate his shoulder? Bollards are not for walking on or jumping over.

Then he decided he wanted his brace off. Then spent the next week demanding it back on.

he's complaining that he's bored in school and the work's way too easy. I've seen his homework and he's right. he's whizzing through it. he hates PE - not because he's the fat kid who always get picked last - but because they are tailoring the lessons to the fat kids. They've been playing dodgeball and basketball with tennis balls. Apparently it's so the fat kids can join in and not feel excluded. WTF???

One of the complaints in the school report was that teachers don't take account of the range of abilities in the classes, leading to brighter pupils disengaging with the material. English? They're playing up because they're bored off their tits.

Why the hell should my son's education be fucked up because of the less able kids in the class? It's a school. There's always going to be better and worse pupils and abilities. That's life.

It's not a chain, only as strong as its' weakest link. School is not a team sport. If the smart kids are demoralising the less able children by simply being better, tough fucking shit. let them understand, try your best because that's all that anyone can do, but don't penalise the smart kids for it.

Doesn't fucking work like that in the real world

One particular boy keeps annoying him - same one who gave his boots a shower on his second day there. Kid's already had a suspension

It's got to the point where I'm afraid to leave the house in case the school phones for whatever reason, I've been up there arguing so much.

Tuesday, Stewart couldn't face it and chucked a sickie. having said that, he did sleep for four hours when I put him to his bed.

The other kid is back from suspension and here's the fun part. He starts in on Stewart, throwing pencils at him all through English. Stewart tries ignoring him. Doesn't work. He doesn't tell the teacher because he figures it'll stop when the bell goes and they go to the next subject.

In art, the kid finally decides to belt (hit) Stewart. Stewart pins him up against a door by the throat.

All accounts agree, Stewart was not the one to throw the first punch. Even the other kid has said this.

Stewart has been suspended. Because School Policy does not allow for children to fight back when they are physically attacked. Because School Policy means allowing yourself to be a victim, that it's ok for someone to kick the shit out of you.

Defending yourself is not allowed.

The other kid plainly doesn't care if he's suspended. Got himself a nice wee holiday. My son is penalised, prevented from doing his work because he wouldn't let someone attack him. He's supposed to think about what he's done.

Is the school on crack?

Apparently two staff members who witnessed the fight are extremely distressed.

Grow a pair. If that's the worst thing you've seen, you're doing well.

Find another job if your sensitive souls can't take it. Come do my fucking job, when you've got someone about to get booted out their house or finding out that their boyfreind has been abusing their kid or has found out about the woman's debts and how she's getting her teeth kicked in when she gets home.

I'm sick of living in a society where the innocent are punished along with the guilty for refusing to get fucked up the ass.
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( Sep. 4th, 2007 09:39 pm)
Like my little hornet? That's how I feel.

Day starts off good - Stewart's eczema if finally under control - it's been rampaging since the week before school started. There was actually sleeping last night.

I had my drama free weekend and felt the better for it. I unpacked my cases. I know I've been back from my holidays for a fortnight. What of it?

I sorted out my clothes - I've dropped a dress size and I'm now a UK 16. I've found 16s in my wardrobe that I've never worn, still got the tags on and everything (and that came over in my head in Dean's voice. When's this fucking hiatus over?) That's what happened this morning, when I was getting ready for work.

I buzz through all my stuff at work - when the school phoned. All I heard was Scool, accident, gym and dislocated shoulder.

Well my workmates are amazing. My boss got my bag together while I'm freaking on the phone and my other boss drove me to the school to get him, and was going to drive us to the hospital (my brother took him)

(his shoulder is badly bruised, but not dislocated. Stewart was most annoyed. It does look misshapen, though)

He'd been arsing about at gym, they'd been on the astroturf five-a-side pitch outside and Stewart had decided to either walk on the wall or jump a bollard. I'm not really clear on that part.

For some strange reason the school called my old mobile - which has been Stewart's for over a year. I've given them my current number four times already. Then again, they called my mum's when it was the saga of the boots... and I haven't lived there in 6 years.

His grandparents were freaking out all over and we went there for tea.

He managed to cut his leg on his scooter - it's not big, but still - and his front post on his brace fell out.

That's in addition to his Nan's shenanigans...

I quit.
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( Aug. 23rd, 2007 10:01 am)
So I see Mrs Dunlop, who remembers me from school. (Good or bad?)

After a lot of back and forth, Stewart is to have a locker and they're going to reorganise his class, move him or the other boy out. Locker situation will be reviewed in a month. Fair enough. It's fine by me.

I can live with that. Then she brings up uniform and they've got my email sitting there, with the paragraph about the school rivalries marked out. She takes my point about safety, but surely there are ways around that, light jackets that can be worn on the bus etc.

I refuse, pointing out, happy for him to wear white polo top and black trousers, but no logo.

OK she says. But it's my job to try to work with you on this. And I'll keep trying.

But...do you really think this is the best school for Stewart, Mrs Astrothsknot?

I silently sigh, say to myself, wonder when that was coming and here it is...

I politely refute all such suggestions, stating that my son has only good things to say about the school. He's just not wearing the logo.

Now, today I've had a phonecall and an email off him, saying they are trying to make him wear a school tee-shirt in PE. I've shot him back an email to say that I've already spoken to Mrs Dunlop and he's to politely refer them to her and politely decline to wear nothing but his own clothing.

He's turning up at school promptly, doing his homework, according to his planner, he's achieving the aim of his lessons at the time and apart from this one other boy seems to get along with his teachers and his classmates.

What's the fucking problem?
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I get a phone call from the school. At my Mum's. Wasn't about uniform.

It's his guidance teacher. Stewart's been involved in an incident in gym, he's fine and he came to her with it all. Turns out that it was someone that he'd been at primary with. "I'd hoped all that would be done with at secondary because they'd be apart."

"So there's a history?"

"Yeah, they couldn't stand each other at primary. I'll come in and discuss solutions, if you need me to. He doesn't need this kind of thing."

"That's very helpful, Mrs Astrothsknot. There was one other thing..."

Isn't there always?!

It turns out that while he went to talk to the teacher, someone put his boots in the shower. Luckily he had his trainers or he'd have been squelching home. No witnesses, of course, though Stewart says it'll be the boy "Billy" he was at primary with.

"They're expensive hiking boots! Are there cameras in the changing rooms?"

"Not there, but they're throughout the rest of the school."

"Fair enough, you can't have them in there for perversion. Are there lockers? You know, I think I'm going to have to come in to discuss this further."

"There's lockers in the houseroom, but that's not helping with gym."

"Why aren't there lockers? It's not like boots or clothes are something that can be handed to the staff to look after like money or jewellery! What do you intend to do about the matter?"

"I don't know whythere aren't lockers..."

"Who's going to pay for his damaged boots? I'd like an appointment to see someone! This ISN'T GOOD ENOUGH!"

"I don't want to continue this conversation."

"Neither do I. I'd rather come in and continue it with your boss. Why aren't there lockers and who's going to pay for his boots?"

"Guidance staff have say in the gym dept."

"Well who does?"

"Come in tomorrow morning and see Mrs Dunlop."

Jesus Christ in a Nissan Sunny.
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( Aug. 21st, 2007 01:38 am)
and I argued. This'll be fun. And you can play too!

Dear Sir/Madam,

My son has come to school, ready and willing to learn. His physical presence in a classroom and his homework handed in on time is far more important than mere items of clothing. While I do not agree with school uniforms and dispute all of the claims made about them in your literature, Stewart will wear a white polo shirt and black trousers, lacking only the School logo. I refuse to pay the extortionate prices placed upon a shirt by the simple application of a logo.

In your own newsletter sent out prior to the summer holidays, you allude to rivalry resulting in violence between School A and School B Academies as being the reason you would prefer pupils not to frequent the shop at Suchaplace. It makes no sense to expose my son to this potential risk outwith school hours should he still be wearing his uniform, making it blatantly obvious which school he attends.

Yours,
Astrothsknot


Not bad considering I'm doesd up on cold stuff. Walking holidays...bad for your health
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( Aug. 21st, 2007 12:30 am)
And the uniform wank continues.

Do I argue with the school or do I buy the badges to stitch on his shirts? They aren't dear.

Best part of the letter? "It gives children and staff pride in the school."

So are the staff wearing it then?
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