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how is everyone settling in

angelsmomangelsmom
posted 9 years 1 hour ago
to school and nursery?

i think Casey may be being picked on. I'm goin to try speak to teachers this afo when i pick her up today.
i asked her if she had her snack yesterday she said 'no, girls said i cant.' the other day i put her hair in a ponytail, when i picked her up she had no bobble in. so when i put ponytail in yesterday i told her not to take bobble out and she said 'girls take it out'

she does have 'girls' at home too but, shes also crying going in. I'd rather find out if its real girls or caseys girls.


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hapydazyhapydazy Moderator
posted 8 years 11 months ago
Awww hun, I would ask her care provider if she's noticed anyone picking on her or just bring up the things that Casey has said and see what they have to say about it... what are the age ranges in her nursery??

I hope you get to the bottom of what's making her upset about going in hun, it makes it so much harder for you to leave her I can imagine.

Aaralyn seems to have settled into school nicely now! Today was picture day!!

LucyLucy
posted 8 years 11 months ago
im sorry i hope shes not being picked on, speak to the teacher and she can keep an eye out for her

mum2popsnjakmum2popsnjak
posted 8 years 11 months ago
Aww hun, I hope you get to the bottom of this shortly. It must be really hard to drop her off if she is getting upset at being left! I hope her teacher can bring some light on the situation? Hug Good luck hun Xx

angelsmomangelsmom
posted 8 years 11 months ago
i spoke to the nice teacher when i picked her up yesterday. she said about the bobble, its normally in the play house they get a mumsy n bossy n sometimes happens. but she wasnt sure about the snack thing so shes gonna keep an eye out. i think the kids are 3-5.

the only other nursery i would send her to is too far away for her to go just for half days. she would have to go a couple of full days instead.

SeaThreePeeOSeaThreePeeO
posted 8 years 11 months ago
Ana started in a new year and new class at the beginning of this term.

Seems we have had a few problems with her settling in due to all the changes (Ana as ASD).

She has been throwing toddler like tantrums at school and has been unco-operative both at shcool and at home. Cuckoo

*starts counting down the years until she leaves home* Whistling

hapydazyhapydazy Moderator
posted 8 years 11 months ago

SeaThreePeeO said:
Ana started in a new year and new class at the beginning of this term.

Seems we have had a few problems with her settling in due to all the changes (Ana as ASD).

She has been throwing toddler like tantrums at school and has been unco-operative both at shcool and at home. Cuckoo

*starts counting down the years until she leaves home* Whistling


Ha! and then you'll wish you had her back home I betcha!! Yes

Angelsmom hopefully this is just normal "girl drama" and as I've experienced with Aaralyn in pre-school it does start early with them now.... I think with girls it's worse though but even boys can be that way... Aaralyn had some issues with a boy calling her (and other kids) what she considered bad names (poopy head and such Rolling Eyes ) but they always seemed to work through it and were all friends at the end of the day... hopefully that will be the case with Casey's nursery!

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