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A boy ejaculated in my class today!

Discussion in 'Personal' started by Misscynic, Sep 19, 2007.

  1. giraffe

    giraffe New commenter

    If he is not able to control himself, then surely medication needs to be considered. He could be excluded from school, but imagine his poor mother having to put up with this unsupported. Horrible.
  2. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    up for misscynic
  3. "up for misscynic"

    Probably not what misscynic wants to hear!
  4. harsh-but-fair

    harsh-but-fair Star commenter

    my legal team have advised against posting a retort to that, oilystage
  5. Misscynic

    This is gross violation of huiman rights of everyone not just the boy while ture he has a problem why should you and others suffer and put up with all this behaviour? why are you all not protected by anything? why have your human rights been violated?

    Agree with post 18 that this kind of behaviour would have end up in a psychiatric ward ....

    have you complained to the Health and Safety Executive? If they deem this a H&S matter the whole school could be closed down if no one take any actions .. they'll nudge all the other agencies to start pulling their socks or they take an action

    do try contacting them ... and also ask your union if your and other childern's and workers human rights have been violated!!

    good luck
  6. Thanks for recent postings. Maybe you don't know the latest. Thursday - boy excluded from school for one day, for spitting in the face of a support worker. (HT can do this because it is deemed a violent act) but not for w******.
    Multi-disciplinary meeting set up for Tuesday morning. Soooooo progress. I imagine though that he will be back in school on Tuesday and I don't think for a second that he will be any different. Will just keep rubber gloves and wipes at the ready. I am not being flippant, just realistic.
  7. Phone your education authority and ask them to provide you with a biohazard suit and explain why you need it - they might do something then!
  8. Wonderful suggestion! will get onto it first thing.
    We normally have a supply of 'wet wipes' in all of our classrooms but our HT has decided to cut down on such items. As a result last week, when we needed them, we had to ask her for a packet and give her our justification.
    Sometimes my job is just so glamorous!!!!
    hope you have a good week.
  9. giraffe

    giraffe New commenter

    Hope she has important visitors when you have to call in for the wipes to clean up after ********'s w***ing!
  10. I've got a better idea! I teach HE. Maybe I should get the boy to bake some scones for her, or maybe some home-made bread. Plenty of kneading and pumelling. Whenever I take any food into the staffroom, she asks, "is it safe?" i suppose I could lie, just this once!
  11. How about 'Toad in the Hole'?
  12. Nice one! I could use 'wee willie winkie' sausages.
  13. I'm sure he could provide his own!
  14. Still there.
  15. re. post 121. I would find it hard to feel sorry for his 'poor mother'.
    Bad behaviour from a pupil is one thing, but masturbating in class goes FAAAAR beyond what is deemed appropriate. I haven't read all the thread and could be jumping to conclusions here, but isn't it up to the parent to teach what is right, wrong and socially acceptable. Put in a nutshell, well brought up kids would generally not behave in this way.
    For all we know, the boy could be watching dad/mum's boyfriend do it in front of the telly every night. How do we know this is not the case?
    Please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong, OP!
  16. The child (and that is what he is) is in SEN. Don't be too quick to point the finger at the mother. She may be overwhelmed with the situation and unable to turn it round.
  17. Yes fair point, mortymoo. However he is 15 years old and should know that this is wrong, SEN or not. Otherwise what is he doing in mainstream school? I still find it a bit sinister personally, especially the fact that he seems not to want to 'cover his tracks'. Bad behaviour is one thing but this is quite another.
  18. Sorry, have just reread the post and saw that he is in a special school. I guess he'd have to be when you also take into account the violence. Is medication needed? Sorry again, I'd really like to read the whole thread but have 101 things to do!
  19. sjw3915

    sjw3915 New commenter

  20. Shifter

    Shifter New commenter

    That was helpful

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