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EBD - Just a rant!

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by Auntie Lil, May 26, 2011.

  1. You are not alone. I also work in high end EBD and it's tough but if you don't give these kids the chance, no one else will and when you have a success (which you do - every small success is huge for these kids) it's a success no one else could have achieved.
    Good quality EBD teachers are worth their weight in printer ink (more expensive than oil) and very special.
    I realise this is hard to remember when you're covered in spit or filling out an incident report in a classroom full of broken chairs but you really do make a difference - however small - it's an important difference
    --- some day you may find yourself having to remind me of these words of encouragement went I'm in your shoes, having a horrendous week.
  2. Thank you for your kind words - it really means a lot when I feel just so fed up and sad. Tomorrow is another day and hopefully I will feel better xxx

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