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    Would be interested to know what the head of the school thinks about your rule.
    Personally I would have a problem with this rule, especially if the young child was desperate for the toilet.
    It's a wind-up, they're not really a teacher so I doubt their non-existence head of school probably won't mind.
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      Hi, I teach year 2 and don't allow children to visit the toilet in lesson time. Would you have a problem with this rule for your child?
      Typical teacher. First post and it's basically starting with 'I'm a teacher'. Then goes on to explain what a bitch she is to the little children in her care. No wonder I hate teachers!
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      Weird. Someone posted a very similar thread on another forum I use a few months ago. I mean I suppose signing up for football based forums and talking about kids urinating is a hobby, but it's a very weird one.

      http://www.footballforums.net/thread...rribly.267596/
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      Hi, I teach year 2 and don't allow children to visit the toilet in lesson time. Would you have a problem with this rule for your child?
      I’m assuming when you need to go you do ? It’s kids stop being a control freak


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      Hi, I teach year 2 and don't allow children to visit the toilet in lesson time.
      About as sensible a rule as the one the head of the school in Patcham this past week tried to impose on the wearing of coats other than thirty quid school-branded coats to school. In temperatures close to zero. Non-school-branded coats were confiscated and had to be collected by the parents. What a cock.

      Try to impose your idiotic rule on the kids in your charge and you'll undoubtedly find yourself on the wrong side of parent power/common sense and possibly end up top story in The Argus. Plus the cleaners should make you do the mopping up. Only way you'll learn.
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      Weird. Someone posted a very similar thread on another forum I use a few months ago. I mean I suppose signing up for football based forums and talking about kids urinating is a hobby, but it's a very weird one.

      http://www.footballforums.net/thread...rribly.267596/
      There are a number of posters on here that just recycle "controversial" threads from other forums, to start a bin-fest.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Oxy McFloppie-Tish View Post
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      There are a number of posters on here that just recycle "controversial" threads from other forums, to start a bin-fest.

      It's either Bozza or Hopkins.
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      I'm a Year 5 teacher and I let my kids go during lessons if they really need it - you can pretty much always tell when they're desperate. They know not to take the piss (scuse the pun!). You can tell them they should go during breaks till the cows come home but they're kids, half the time they're too busy messing about with their mates to think about going to the loo at break/lunch (especially Year 2s ffs!)
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      Quote Originally Posted by Misshove View Post
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      Hi, I teach year 2 and don't allow children to visit the toilet in lesson time. Would you have a problem with this rule for your child?
      Yes. My boy shit himself in class a couple of weeks back. That would be entirely your fault if that happened in your classroom.

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