mspig wrote: »
Its actually not the contribution as such that gets me but if we've got to take the kids to the centre and pay for everything including dinner and then collect them afterwards, where is the praise from the school, thats what i feel is missing that it can't be labelled as a special treat/reward if the parents are paying.
If it was down on the letter as just a day out then i would understand or even a trip out with school but its wrote down as a treat/reward, and i feel that its wrong to label it that if school are not making a contribution to it, apart form one teachers time. There not even booking the laser quest but just turning up (as letter states).
mspig wrote: »
My question is if the school is doing this as a reward for their good behaviour etc surely they should be paying something towards the morning out, as all i can see is one of the teachers is meeting the 18 pupils (if they all go) at the centre and then making sure there picked up afterwards. Not much contribution going on for a praise trip out.
Perhaps its just me, as i just don't see much of the school praising the kids if its done out of school time and the parents are taking, collecting and paying for their child to go.
Gingham_Ribbon wrote: »
In other words, teachers can do no right so they might as well not bother.
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