[quote=“ImaniOU”]Your “time of need” was in that classroom. What you needed was some classroom management. But since that “time of need” is over, here’s a little tip for you:
I was wearing track pants because it is a 23 kilometer bicycle ride to my work and it was 30 degrees outside. In the two years of teaching kindie I have never had a child lift up my shirt or pull my pants down, she caught me with my back turned during the song hokey pokey.
I took the situation head on and demanded to see the security tapes of my classroom. The boss and I sat and watched it together.
The Chinese assistant was clearly not in the room, as she had left 30 secs after I arrived, and the little girl was seen to grab my shirt and pants while my back was turned. There was no penis there was no trauma, there was no Chinese assistant.
The assistant got a dressing down for her lie regarding her whereabouts during the incident.
However, I am reluctant to continue work in a place where this kind of thing happens if I am to be blamed for the actions of a child who I don’t even know on my first day then I wonder what sort of blame game will be played after 2 months?
to the posters who provided genuine advice, thank you