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    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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      Odd first 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?
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      What a stupid first post and clearly a troll

      In the unlikely event you arent then you arent fit to be a teacher if you would rather see a young kid suffer the humiliaton of discomfort, pissing or sh!tting themselves in front of their friends. Shame on you. The parents are in charge of toilet training not you. Its a right not a privilege now jog on
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      In the unlikely event you arent then you arent fit to be a teacher if you would rather see a young kid suffer the humiliaton of discomfort, pissing or sh!tting themselves in front of their friends. Shame on you. The parents are in charge of toilet training not you. Its a right not a privilege now jog on
      Adult equivalent would be not allowing airplane passengers to use the toilet on a short haul flight. That would end equally well.
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      I can offer a serious reply. Mrs V teaches Year One at her school and unless it is a genuine " emergency " none of them are allowed to leave for the toilet during lesson time. Reason being that if one can get out of class others will try it on too.

      Agree, odd first post.
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      I can offer a serious reply. Mrs V teaches Year One at her school and unless it is a genuine " emergency " none of them are allowed to leave for the toilet during lesson time. Reason being that if one can get out of class others will try it on too.

      Agree, odd first post.
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      I can offer a serious reply. Mrs V teaches Year One at her school and unless it is a genuine " emergency " none of them are allowed to leave for the toilet during lesson time. Reason being that if one can get out of class others will try it on too.

      Agree, odd first post.
      My reply was serious too. If the kids abuse it for a skive at that age then a discrete word with the parents is all that is required
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      I can offer a serious reply. Mrs V teaches Year One at her school and unless it is a genuine " emergency " none of them are allowed to leave for the toilet during lesson time. Reason being that if one can get out of class others will try it on too.
      That makes no sense at all. What on earth does the pupil have to do to be classified as 'a genuine emergency'? Burst into tears and plead for clemency?

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      How does your missus judge this - genuine question
      Well it comes down to knowing the kids and their individual " foibles " as it were. She will always aske them to hang on til the end of the lesson and most of them do.
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