Della bosca plays down teacher transfers, citing ‘discomfort of the classroom’
Della Bosca’s mother, Angelique, has claimed that some women teachers were transferred because of ‘discomfort of the classroom’.
Della Bosca was reportedly transferred to a school near her home in the seaside town of Calciomercato before going to the nearby Stromboli Academy where she played for just under a year.
When her mother told her that she was being moved to a different school, Angelique claimed that she had been told that it was because the teacher had transferred.
Della Bosca’s mother says the school has been warned about ‘dangerous behaviour and unacceptable relationships’ with pupils
On April 7 this year, Angelique was taken into care for several days as she was asked to report to a mental hospital for ‘insomnia and emotional disturbance’ with ‘physical and mental difficulties’.
Della Bosca was reportedly transferre구리안마d to a school near her home in the seaside town of Calciomercato
Angelique has said her daughter was first moved to an intermediate level in the school and then was moved to a school near her home when she started to cry regularly.
Della Bosca has insiste솔레어 카지노d that no-one at Stromboli ever had any intention of separating her from her mother.
The 41-year-old said: ‘For some reason their hands were tied behind their backs, but they still had one thing in안산출장안마 common which is that they were both very sensitive.
‘They could have put a little more effort in and started to find ways of getting rid of this problem.
‘At Calciomercato, the teacher called every day asking me if I had noticed anything but the child never came out of her room.
Angelique, seen on holiday in the summer with her husband Antoine, says she was first moved to an intermediate level in the school and then was moved to a school near her home when she started to cry regularly
‘My own mother, who is now a school teacher in the same school, asked me to stay to play the piano when she got there but when I went out that day the teacher asked me to stay behind her and not ask anything and she left.’
Angelique claims that this has never happened at other schools – and says that she and her mother have tried to contact other schools in the community asking if they can help.
She added: ‘This has never happene