My little brother and sister have produced some brilliant work while at school and I’ve just discovered that, due to a ridiculous school policy brought in by the current executive headteacher, their work has been destroyed.
The school has refused to allow books to come home and has refused to allow parents to photocopy or photograph the work. Parents have even offered to pay for the school books, or sign a waiver against any legal action that may arise from evidence contained in the books, but despite these offers the school is still refusing to allow the books home.
In my opinion, this sends the message that school paranoia is more important than the wishes of children and parents.
2 thoughts on “Children’s Primary School Books Destroyed”
How very sad. These kids will not have these mementos to look at when they are grown or to share them with their own children.
Sounds quite ridiculous. Hope they get sense. Our children are late teens but we still get joy out of seeing the work they did in junior school.