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My daughter came home today and showed me a picture of me and her together she had drawn, with a rainbow above us and something about not being able to hug anymore.

 

Following this, she told me that her teacher told the class they are no longer allowed to hug their parents anymore because of the "coronavirus".

 

I feel an intense rage that I've never felt before.

 

FECK THE SYSTEM!!!!! CORRUPT MINDS NEED TO GO!

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Just now, ItsTheTruthThough said:


It’s one reason why I decided to homeschool. It is twisted cruelty you’re correct 😢

 

I would be very willing to home school..is it simple enough to change over?

If so, I'm definitely heading that route. I'm gutted as I always wanted to homeschool, but everyone gave me a hard time about it. 

Now this mumma bear needs to protect her cub.

 

It baffles me how the teachers think they're in charge of law now. I didn't realise their nonsense was even legal to spout out.

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29 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

I will for sure. I used to live next door to the head, so hopefully she'll listen.

I just wonder where they picked up that from..it's sick

 

Do me a favour, if you decide to ask the head about this, ask her what she knows about 'Common Purpose' and see how she reacts.

 

Your childrens minds are being poisoned because the education system has been compromised by Common Purpose communitarian 'thinking'. If the head of your child's school is pushing this kind of psychological bullying, you can bet they're a Common Purpose 'change agent'.

 

 

Of course, she will likely deny all knowledge of this and act all innocent if you do ask her.

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5 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Do me a favour, if you decide to ask the head about this, ask her what she knows about 'Common Purpose' and see how she reacts.

 

Your childrens minds are being poisoned because the education system has been compromised by Common Purpose communitarian 'thinking'. If the head of your child's school is pushing this kind of psychological bullying, you can bet they're a Common Purpose 'change agent'.

 

 

Of course, she will likely deny all knowledge of this and act all innocent if you do ask her.

 Thanks GrumpyOwl 😄 (ran out of likes)

 

I will show her with great pleasure 😄

 

I absolutely agree it's bullying 100%.

Never heard of a change agent, kinda spooks me as I've just been watching The Matrix again lol. 

I know her family does have a very masonic background though..

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5 minutes ago, allymisfit said:

 

I would be very willing to home school..is it simple enough to change over?

If so, I'm definitely heading that route. I'm gutted as I always wanted to homeschool, but everyone gave me a hard time about it. 

Now this mumma bear needs to protect her cub.

 

It baffles me how the teachers think they're in charge of law now. I didn't realise their nonsense was even legal to spout out.


It was much easier than I thought. All I did was send an email to each of my boys schools to inform them I have decided to homeschool them so please take their names off the schools register. The schools took care of the rest.

 

Some people are so negative about it, sorry you’ve been given a hard time about it. At the end of the day she is your child and you know what’s best 😊

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My son hasn't been back. He's early teens. But, it's so hard to home school. He doesn't want to do any writing type work. The only advantage is he spends most of his time programming games. He's got an intense focus on programming. This is a valuable skill in the digital world that he's good at. I don't know if it's worth sending him back or not. I've given him ample video courses on writing, science and mathematics. I'm able to help him in various areas.

 

I'm not sure whether or not to send him back. The things they teach in schools today is peculiar to say the least.

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10 hours ago, ImaHologram said:

My son hasn't been back. He's early teens. But, it's so hard to home school. He doesn't want to do any writing type work. The only advantage is he spends most of his time programming games. He's got an intense focus on programming. This is a valuable skill in the digital world that he's good at. I don't know if it's worth sending him back or not. I've given him ample video courses on writing, science and mathematics. I'm able to help him in various areas.

 

I'm not sure whether or not to send him back. The things they teach in schools today is peculiar to say the least.


He sounds a lot like my older 2 boys! They hate writing physically but great at programming and the computer side.

 

It is incredibly tough, I’ve had days where I want to leave home 😂 I’ve also a 3 year old running around like a maniac while I’m trying to teach and the older two love to argue with each other constantly.

 

Its not an easy choice - I think there is so much to consider. My personal reasoning was it’s a

choice between school education or personal physical and mental safety. I don’t like what they are doing to our kids in school and certainly don’t trust the sterile environments or the W.H.O saying merely being at school is consent for vaccination. Some schools also closing down every time someone gets a sniffle then demanding your child be tested and proving a negative result... I didn’t want any part of that mess. Come next year I think they will make it so you cannot attend school unless you are Covid vaccinated anyway. I just wish things were normal again 😔

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