I am a bit fed up this morning. Yesterday I removed a pupil from a lesson as he was disrupting the rest of the class. This came after warnings, referrals to tutor, moving seats and an attempt to reason with the pupil. (This is fairly normal procedure at my school) This morning I get accused of discrimination from the parent as the boy was supposedly only asking his neighbour which page they were on (we don't even use a textbook!) and clearly I was just picking on the boy. The parent actually used the word "discrimination". I am really fed up with what teachers have to go through. Surely in any other workplace if a claim of discrimation was made and disproved, there would be fairly serious consequences?! I'm 3 years into teaching and I know I'm a good teacher and I work so hard for the job, but parental input and ability to mouth off with whatever accusations they like are seriously making me reconsider this career. I dpn't want to have to put up with this kind of treatment!!