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Tragic, so tragic  must be so heart breaking for any parent to lose a child.

Saying that, the school should act immediately to make the school safe for children.

Years ago, i would go collect my ex wifes son from kindergarten, his teacher would not allow him out of the room until i was at the door to collect him.

That should happen at every school that has kindergarten children.

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4 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

 

OK, so I thought about slinging mud...    and... I will still sling mud at the school, a lot of it. 

 

Sometimes its takes a minor lapse in judgement for a tragedy to occur.... this school was a tragedy waiting to happen, thats different. 

 

 

 

At my sons previous school I was waiting in the playground to pick him up. While waiting a tree branch fell down from about 8meter (about 50kgs estimated weight). If it had fallen on a child it could have killed them. 

I went straight to the front office and spoke with the secretaries, they said they’d pass the information on to the head. I said I want to speak with the head directly. I showed the head teacher what had happened, he immediate roped off the area and closed the playground. 

I received an e-mail from him telling me he’d had an arborist to check out all the trees and fell down any ‘questionable’ branches. 

 

A responsible response - though the actions should have been more proactive. Where kids are involved (well, anyone) there are no second chances towards safety.

 

Unfortunately water safety in Thailand is pretty poor - I mean a pond in an area with 3-4 year olds are playing unsupervised... Heck, 3-4 year olds playing unsupervised anyway - What Dhe Flook !!!! 

 

 

 

 

 

was the previous school in Thailand if so where did he find an arborist ?

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23 hours ago, webfact said:

The parents said they were not angry and understood that their children must have been mischievous

3 and 4 years old, unsupervised.  I do not understand how the parents could not blame the school...

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Bloody hell what's going on here teachers should be on manslaughter charges and school burned down how can anyone forgive this abject dereliction of duty 🤔Rip failed by adults. 

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6 hours ago, tracker1 said:

was the previous school in Thailand if so where did he find an arborist ?

Yes it was (an Int’l school in central BK).

I’ve no idea where they found the arborist - doubtful it was a fill educated arborist, more likely some labourers who would chop off the branches.... 

 

 

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20 hours ago, richard_smith237 said:

Yes it was (an Int’l school in central BK).

I’ve no idea where they found the arborist - doubtful it was a fill educated arborist, more likely some labourers who would chop off the branches.... 

 

 

As a qualified arborist I have never seen any work here that has ever appeared to be done by anyone qualified that's why I  asked

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