Support Not Seclusion Rooms -

Support Not Seclusion Rooms

We request that there is more funding and training for learning support in schools

Latest Supporters

  • Vivien 2016-11-22 22:32:59 +1300
  • Elizabeth 2016-11-22 22:20:37 +1300
  • Jane 2016-11-22 22:07:27 +1300
  • Melanie 2016-11-22 21:53:23 +1300
  • Clementine 2016-11-22 20:55:19 +1300
  • Going through issues with my son and getting him help. He meets all criteria, but because his dad and I have 50/50 shared care we aren’t receiving help.
    Robyn 2016-11-22 20:52:24 +1300
  • Anna 2016-11-22 18:17:05 +1300
  • My daughter and i battled for years to gt a fair go in Kura throughout NZ, FAILED. ALL because noone would diagnose her as Dyslexic……A bright beautiful happy healthy child. They learn in a completely different way than mainstream…..She was a visual learner with talents in many genres. By the time the Head of Starship hospital diagnosed her…texting had become the norm which is how Dyzlexic people often spell….as it sounds! Get over yourselves……All children deserve the Right to be Taught.
    Lilian 2016-11-22 17:38:38 +1300
  • Yes, and ALL people working in a paid capacity with these students should be trained appropriately.
    Eileen 2016-11-22 16:57:17 +1300
  • Kirsten 2016-11-22 15:29:47 +1300

Children shouldn't be locked away in solitary confinement seclusion rooms because schools don't have the funding or training to properly support students. Kids with learning needs deserve proper support and funding. Our current schooling system is not providing this. The Government can fund education to ensure our children get the support they need.

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