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Stressed about living in catchment and pressure to change schools! Help!!

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Teacher451, May 11, 2011.

  1. Thanks for the replies :)

    It's not the confidential information that i'm worried about, obviously I take this very seriously and never discuss these things outside of school, its the more anecdotal things (obviously I never mention names) like whatever funny/exciting/scary things have happened as part of my day that i'll talk about, then wonder if I should have said anything at all and if it'll come back to bite me. I think you're right though, the only way to diminish the worry is to not say anything at all. It's a shame though, some of the parts of my day are just too lovely not to share!!

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