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    Posted: 29 October 2008 at 4:43pm
so i was having gabriels school visit and i let him stay and play with the other kids at break time. there was heaps of kids and lots going on...but i could see hardly any teachers any where. I was a bit shocked at this and wondered if this is normal? or should i be concerned? i think all in all i saw two wearing reflective vests and one other not in a vest.

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yep pretty normal sarahs school usually have 3-5 teachers floating around between the different play areas.

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They do have a roster that they do it. Usually have 1 teacher for each area.

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Nyah gets locked into her school and they have two teachers on duty in the junior section of the school where she is.
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I'm not sure how many there are at Maya's school, but she does talk about having to see the duty teacher when she's fallen over etc. I was more freaked out the other day when they had their mission day and the parents could come and spend the morning there, everyone was wandering around willy nilly and there didn't seem to be anyone taking note of which kids didn't have parents there or supervising them
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Im a bit worried about this too. what if they decide to go wandering at lunchtime and walk out the gate or something?
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I'm a teacher (or was!) and depending on the size of the school theres always teachers on duty.
The 2 schools I worked in this year were quite small (120 and 160 kids) and we just had 2 teachers on duty at lunchtime and playtime (and also a couple of teacher aides)
When I worked at a bigger school (250 kids) we had 3 teachers on duty (and also walkie talkies to talk to each other!)
Basically kids are left to do what they like in the playground - playing!


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Yep It's pretty much the same at my girls primary but if you are concerned about Gabriel you could always talk to the teacher about having a buddy at lunch time or having the duty teacher keep a special eye on him until he is settled in.

I have found most teachers are very helpful and considerate of your concerns as a "new" parent.
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i know sarahs school has kind of a "no go zone" near the fences etc but as my mum lives accross the road there always seems to be a teacher near by, as sometimes sarah walks up to the fence and yells out" hello nanna" when she ses her or me and theres always a teacher within sight.

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