Posted: Wed Dec 31, 2008 6:38 am
Post subject: What to do?
I have been recently transfered from another city.My son,three years of age has also changed school.He is in pre-school , nursery.I think he is doing fine. But his teacher complains a lot.The instructing language is different here.My son who is not fluent in this new language feels odd.Nevertheless he is trying to talk to other kids and make friends.
He faces problems when he does not understand what the teacher is saying..his teachers complain that he does not take any interest in the activities in the class.Instead he climbs up the window.If the teacher punishes him and tells him to stand in the corner,he has a gala time in the corner too.
He does not keep quiet and sings to himself or simply roams around the classroom.He does not sit at one place as the other kids do.All the time he is disturbing the class.
I am unhappy to recieve these reviews but do not know how to make him understand.Can someone suggest something?[/code]
Posted: Mon Jan 05, 2009 7:54 pm
That sounds really unfair for your sons teacher to be complaining, surely they should be supplying additional help for him to allow him to understand and join in. It just sounds like since it doesn't make any sense to him then why should he sit and be bored. I would do the same even at my age