A mum has been banned from her childrens’ school amid claims she is “aggressive” and “intimidating” .
Victoria Kidd-Dove, 33, has to wait outside the gates at the Phoenix Primary School, in Leinster Road, Laindon, to pick up her children, and is not allowed to go to their sports day or summer concert.
Staff have warned her if she breaches the ban, which was put in place by the governing body, the police could be called.If by now, you’ve got a mental picture of this fragrant flower of femininity, then you’re probably right. Not so much Yummy Mummy, more Scummy Mummy (complete with tattoos & the now obligatory double-barrelled name).
So…what got her banned?
Mrs Kidd-Dove, of Elizabeth Way, Laindon, first got into an argument with teachers in March after sending ten-yearold son Sam to school with a bottle of ibuprofen when he was feeling under the weather. She admits she “kicked off” after being told pupils were not allowed to self-medicate and accepted a week-long ban from the school premises.Ah, well, there you go then!
The governors then agreed Mrs Kidd-Dove should stay on probation – and she was shocked to find out last week she had been banned once again for her “aggressive and intimidating behaviour”.
She insists she has had no contact with staff at the Phoenix Primary School.Hmm, really? Maybe they just realised how nice it was without some screaming harridan liable to turn up to collect their little benefits-farm and thought they’d just extend it.
Who could blame them?
The Echo contacted the school, but was told the decision had been made by the governing body and they therefore could not comment.
A spokesman for Essex County Council said they would not get involved in the matter and could not give information as to how many bans are in place across the county.I suspect the answer’s ‘not enough’.