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Two warring mums have been banned from the playground over their bitter squabbling in front of young pupils.Good grief!
School bosses say they took action to protect pupils after they’d had enough of the parents’ foul-mouthed rants at each other.
They feared the feud could become violent and have even called in police to investigate.
One of parents has a child at the Weston Park Infant School while the other’s daughter goes to the neighbouring junior school.And let me guess….this is ‘so UNFAIR!’ *stamps foot*…?
But now they have been ordered to stay away from the grounds of the school their child does not attend.
Got it in one:
But one of the women believes she has been unfairly victimised, and the ban is putting her young children at risk because she now has to walk along a busy road with them.No, it’s not the ban that’s doing that, love, it’s your own inability to exercise some dignity and self-control…
The exact cause of the row is unclear but both mums have differing accounts of how it started.Yeah, I’ll just bet!
… mum Michelle Kreft said she believes she has been treated unfairly, and is worried for her children’s safety as she has to walk down the busy Newtown Road to get to school.
The 32-year-old has three children, the eldest of which, Hannah, six, goes to the infant school.
She has been told she can’t walk through the junior school site, which provides a shortcut from her home in Wallace Road to the infant school.
Michelle said: “My child can’t even attend an after-school karate class because it’s held at the junior school and I’m banned, it’s ridiculous.
“I’ve also got a two and four-year-old who I do the school run with, and although I’ve done nothing wrong I’ve got to walk two busy roads with no lollipop lady or crossing, and the police have told me it’s dangerous.”Have they? And just how did that crop up in conversation, I wonder?
Was it while they were giving you ‘words of advice’ about the possible consequences for your children of your continuing poor behaviour?
Meanwhile the other mum at the centre of the row, married mum-of three Donna Woodnut, whose youngest child Abbey, eight, attends the junior school, said she just wants the feud to be over.
The 39-year-old, of Staplehurst Close, who works in a nursery, added: “I feel sorry for the school.Yes, yes indeed you should. So, why aren’t you?
“I’m sick and tired of it – we’re adults, we should be carrying on like adults, not children.”