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Furious primary school teacher insists it is not her job to potty train children

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A fuming teacher has insisted it is not her job to potty train children after a six-year-old who was not potty trained was dropped off at school without nappies.The 33-year-old primary school teacher was fuming after a mum dropped off her son and forgot his spare set of clothes and nappies, promising to return with them, but never did.Just 90 minutes after school started, the child had an accident, and when the teacher phoned his mum she replied: "I don't have time!

He's at school so it's your problem now." Writing in the Daily Mail, the unnamed teacher said: "But she's wrong. Nappy-changing very definitely isn't in my teaching job description.

Particularly because the child in question wasn't a toddler, but a six-year-old." According to the primary school teacher, who is a mum herself, this isn't a one-off.She claims parents regularly have a "blasé" attitude to teaching their kids how to use the toilet.She continued: "In fact, this slapdash approach towards children's welfare is becoming the norm, especially among many affluent families."The educator explained it's so common in her school, which is situated in a "well-to-do middle-class town in the south of England", that they have a fully equipped changing station, as well as a bank of spare clothes and nappies, which the school's budget pays for.However, in this situation they didn't have any nappies to hand, so a teaching assistant had to go to a shop to buy nappies.She continued: "This six-year-old was particularly socially aware.

He was incredibly embarrassed that I had to sort him out and put on a fresh nappy."Currently, she teaches children aged four to six, but the teacher explained that over 11 years of teaching, she has dealt with children aged up to seven who

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