How would you punish a lower primary pupil for not having his exercise book for a certain subject?
Would you, 1) tell the pupil to copy the exercises down in a piece
of blank paper?
2) ask the pupil to standup or stand outside of the class during
the subject period?
in my child's case, tell the pupil "go to hell" throw his bag on the floor of the class and drag the poor kid to another class by the child's shirt collar and humiliate him in front of another class of his peers.
All this from a teacher who teaches "Moral" and to a student who scores A in the subject.
I am boiling in frustration/anger/dissapointment on this matter, that I could not go to sleep, thinking that, for the time this teacher took to do all this, she could easily asked for a reason why there was no book (prank by fellow classmate, who returned his book after recess) instead putting the pupil through such humiliation that my child is asking me, if I could school him at home.
I am going to school tomm to demand an explanation on terms/degrees/types of punishment meted out to 2nd year primary students. If there are any legal eagles out there, I need to know if I have the right to confront the said party personally or go thru the head of school (which I know will come to nothing)?