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What document did they make your husband sign?
My apologies for the delay
I can understand how distressing this has been to you
Just for clarity - once Social Services did become involved they were satisfied very quickly that all was well?
Since that time have you been able to establish a relationship with the school at all?
Have you been able to get more involved with her new school yourself?
I am very glad that you have found a better school.
Sadly there is nothing you can do about the actions of the last school that you have not already done.
You have highlighted the appalling way they approached this matter and made the Local Authority aware of it.
Sadly there is nothing further you can do as they can hide behind the argument that they are required to report any concerns they have however minor.
"Safeguarding issues" sadly give schools an immediate excuse for their bad behaviour
Sorry not to give you better news - please ask if you need further details
I am sorry that you are disappointed with my response
I agree that the school acted badly by speaking in front of your daughter and be getting your husband to sign something he did not have time to read.
It was very bad practice
I also agree that the comment about you was rude BUT a mother who does not engage CAN be a sign of a problem at home. However it is only one of numerous factors that a school should consider - and it was incorrect to report it as they did (not least because it was not true)
So I agree it was done badly and the school should have apologised.
However you have exhausted all the complaints options and there is nowhere else you can go - you have protected your child by moving schools and you have alerted the Local authority and the Governors of the behaviour of the school and that I am afraid is all that you can do