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An Australian primary school has come under fire from students and parents for imposing a ban on touching.
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18/06/2012 9:33:07 p.m.
Paul Meehan wrote:
OMG!!! This is the biggest laugh i have had in ages. What a load of ****. One of the kids does a good job on something. "No high five, sorry buddy. Congratulations on your act is sufficient enough thanks." "Hey teacher, young Tobias just fell down that bank over there. I didn't help him cos i is not allowed. Sure he hurt himself badly, but I told him to get hard and handle it."
This principal should not b allowed to keep her job. Boot camp, perhaps, love?
18/06/2012 12:23:27 p.m.
Judy Johannessen wrote:
I worked under a principal who encouraged her pupils to hug one another. It worked a treat!It was moving to see boys and girls hugging one another as school broke up at the end of each school year sad to be away from their peers for so long!
16/06/2012 9:54:05 p.m.
derek walter wrote:
i think the principal has got some mental issues, if children are indoctrinated into a prison type schooling system any more intence than they already are then they will grow throughout the remaining of their schooling years in a far more fearful state and will be labeled as rebelious if naturally in their child like antics decide to break such rediculous rules, therefore in trouble for pointless things and steering them away from the real reasons they are there, and thats to learn, not to learn to be a good little prisoner, get a life principal, and get with reality, your a nazi
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