Slander is spoken. Libel is written which includes the Internet. It must be a defamatory statement made to a third party. It’s not defamatory if it’s made to the person themselves who are the subject of whatever you have said or written or published.
If however you have simply posted your experience and that was a bad experience, then even though it may be defamatory, there is no cause of action if it is true.
What you can’t do is hide behind an opinion. So you can’t say that your opinion this school is absolutely abysmal no parent in their right mind would go there and expect to defend a defamation claim purely because that your honest opinion.
If you think it’s going to go that way, then take the post down before it does. If the school overhead decides to bring a defamation claim against you need to bear in mind that they are very expensive and only dealt with by a very limited number of solicitors and although many people threaten defamation claims, only a tiny percentage ever go anywhere.
Because the headteacher posed as a pupil in order for you to be as frank as you could, any comments obviously made to the headteacher are not defamatory because they are made face-to-face. They may be defamatory regarding the school but not the headteacher. The comments put online were put online regardless and the fact that the headteacher may have posed as a potential pupils parent, although misleading, is not actually relevant. It is the posting of the potentially defamatory comments on the Internet to 3rd parties which is potentially defamatory nothing to do with the conversation with the teacher.
Whilst it seems unlikely that by telling the truth what you have done is made a defamatory statement, the chances of this going anywhere are slim and even slimmer if you have already removed the post.
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