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girlinwellies
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Re: aN aRSE
Jun 09, 2002, 19:34
Well Mr B....just come back from a wet weekend to find ur drivel on m'post....

No im not a fecking affluent parent...in fact im a single parent..working 3 days a week as a Homoeopath and claiming working parents tax benefit to subsidise mine and my sons exitence.
Steiner take this into account when charging the fees

Yes i cud choose the state school but i dont relish the idea of my son being molded into form that fits easily with their education sysytem. Ok state education gives them an academic 'strength' but only if ur lucky enough to get a teacher with enthusiasm and energy...bit luck of the draw nowadays.

Surely it would be better to follow the strengths and indiviuality of the child. If mine shows signs of wanting to learn more about 'academic' subjects, then it's pretty easy for me or the school to feed that need......educating ur child urself doesn't just stop when they enter school...u gotta be part of it...and personally thats how i like it :)

GiW
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