Mr Smith spoke out after the school was recently placed into special measures following a damning Ofsted inspection report. He said: 'The children were all talking in class and were told to be quiet, but my daughter kept on talking.
'He should just have sent her out. You cannot lay a finger on children.'Well, no. Thanks to the progressives.
And that’s why sulky-faced little chits like your daughter feel perfectly entitled to ignore directions from adults in authority over them and go running to daddy over the inevitable consequences.
'I was at work when it happened, but my daughter told me when I got home and the next morning I went to the school. I was fuming.'You should be embarrassed. But because people like you don’t do shame, you’re perfectly happy to blab to the newspapers, thinking that you come off looking like a concerned and responsible parent, and not like a childult having a temper tantrum.
Probably because, like so many parents these days, that’s exactly what you are. And it’s clear you’re raising your daughter in your image…
Mr Smith, who lives in Woodville, Derbyshire, said he was angry that the teacher in question was never suspended and remains at the school. He said: 'The teacher apologised but has not been punished enough, in my opinion, because he didn’t get suspended and is still working at that school.
'I heard about teachers in another school doing it and they were suspended, so why not here?' He said he was reluctant to send his child back to the school, but did so after she said she was missing her friends.Ah. Not to further her education, then? That sums it all up, doesn’t it?