2.26.2021

Mum disgusted with her 10-year-old daughter homework after she was asked to write about 'fingering'

Mum disgusted with her 10-year-old daughter homework after she was asked to write about 'fingering'


According to a mom who shared her daughter's assignment online stated that she feels disgusting about her daughter's assignment as the examples listed under the header "How do I feel?" included, "He was fingering", "When I ran my hand along it, I...", "She fondled", "I stroked", and "She felt his...".

Mum disgusted with homework that asked her 10-year-old daughter to write about 'fingering'

Annette said: "I just said to her we won't do that one today, saying I was confused with it.

"It took me about half an hour as I was in two minds thinking had I been reading into it too much but when I rang the school they said no you're definitely not.

"The deputy head rang me back himself because he was mortified with it.

"He couldn't apologise enough and said they'd been using a service that provides work for home schooling and he was sorry that it had not been noticed before it was sent out to kids.

"I was mortified because at first I thought am I looking at wrong, but I asked a few other people's opinions and I was stunned by it.

"It made me feel a bit disgusted to be honest, because whoever actually provided that work they must have known what they were doing.

"It's strange, surely no one can overlook that. No one could see what's written on that paper and think that's fine."

A Liverpool City Council statement said: "This resource was included in a paper pack for offline home learning that was sent to a very small number of families in January.

"It had been sourced online by the teacher as part of a set of creative writing prompts and was used to supplement the other work provided.

"The material had not been recommended or provided by the council or School Improvement Liverpool.

"All other families who received this pack have been contacted by the school and asked to remove the worksheet.

"All schools in the city have also been advised to double check any third-party resources and we have alerted the online provider to the issue."

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