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Date Posted: Sun, Aug 25 2019, 14:35:01"
Author: Had Enough!
Subject: Genuinely seeking advice. I can't ask anyone at the school as I don't want to start up the rumour mill. Teacher has spoken to my dancer and another dancer by starting the initial conversation with "Excuse my language" and then proceeded to name two other dancers at the school saying they are, and I quote, "f***ing sh*t" plus other negative statements about them. All dancers involved are not even at teenage age yet (More inside)

My dancer was upset, but mostly disappointed with the conversation because the teacher spoke about students in a derogatory manner. Teacher is unapproachable & will either deny or become very defensive with excuses (which aren't acceptable anyway). Don't forget, this is an adult vs children conversation. Do I tell the other parents and let them take control and decide if they want to pursue it or should I take it further and make an official complaint to AIDA?? I don't want to stand by and allow this inexcusable behaviour but I know if I do take it further, then it's likely my dancer will suffer repercussions. I want to transfer my dancer anyway, so should I wait for that? This isn't a one off incident either. It seems to be systemic with the teacher, but it's hitting a new level now. These are children for goodness sake!

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