Ana has got payback!



What an odd use of the phrase.

Ana has just returned from school and written in her home diary for lunch time is 'Ana has got payback for bullying another child and being rude to a member of staff.'

I do hope that mean that she was appropriately dealt with and they just didn't let the child or member of staff kick her in the shins

I can't get much out of Ana other then the fact she didn't do it. You'd be surprised at the amount of stuff that people didn't see Ana do. Anyway further questioning will result in a class 1 meltdown, so I have told her bullying and being rude is wrong and banned computer time for a week.

I have also told her I will speak to her teacher when I am at school tomorrow.

Ever want to hide and just come out when the kids have left home?

2 comments:

Casdok said...

Yes!
Hope the talk with the teacher was positive. It is an odd phrase to use.

The Paw Relations said...

Oops! I forgot to update on this post.

Apparently the school use the term Payback instead of dentention as it sounds nicer and less scary. Yes that's right!

Fine, that's okay if that's what works for them, but I feel using that word in her home school diary was ill thought out as it conjured up visions of physical punishment.

Why not simply put detention or was kept in at lunch time?

Ugh, but that's another post for another day xx