She was in school over the Easter holidays. With the rest of her year to help catch up. I think what makes it worse is because she’s got exams coming up she’s got anxiety anyway so the isolation just pushes her over the edge. I know she’s not alone and I know there was a boy in her year that also tried to take his life and isolation played a big part in that but I don’t know him well enough to say that was the only reason. What I do know however is when he returned to school he was put in isolation the 1st day back to finish the punishment that he got before he tried to take his life. Parents have Siberian Husky Huskyvengers Tee to be more informed and more prepared to fight for intervention if they genuinely believe it’s needed – it shouldn’t be the case.
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I’ve already said that, but we work with what the government doles out and there are currently a thousand schools in the UK that have set up on-line donations to fund books and paper for their pupils. Read my thread again. I said that I am driven to get good exam results for my pupils, not the school. I don’t blame you. Parents who love their children want the best. I seem to have enraged some people by pointing out these same parents who want the Siberian Husky Huskyvengers Tee best for their child also don’t want their education disrupted. Without a doubt, isolation works for the majority of children whose disruptive behaviour is infrequent and not down to deeper issues – best practise dictates there should be some kind of reparation and reconciliation before the child is readmitted into the class room – otherwise it’s all been for nothing. But there are children who genuinely cause disruption for medical reasons, for psychological reasons, children who are lost or damaged.