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I'm so worried - would appreciate any advice

Discussion in 'Health and wellbeing' started by diestheswan, Mar 11, 2011.

  1. I can't really go into any specifics, however I have been accused of something by a child which I didn't do [​IMG] This is obviously causing me a great deal of stress and upset.
    I don't really know what to do; I have contacted my union but won't hear from them until Monday, I could just really use any suggestions or advice from anyone who has been in a similar position?
     
  2. inq

    inq

    Sorry to hear that.
    In my first year of teaching I was accused by a pupil of hitting another pupil (I hadn't!), the accusing pupil said all of the others would back him up. I was told to write down my version of events exactly as I had seen them including conversations as accurately as I could.
    If there isn't a local contact for your union (there is for most if you look online) try Teacherline 08000 562 561.

     
  3. inq

    inq

    You might also get more support/ advice by posting this on Personal as more people use it.
     

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