Her mother was shocked to find an old school report from her childhood – and when she shared it online, hundreds of people couldn’t believe the teachers.
Louis Mustan shared his childhood school report online, and it went viral so quickly that hundreds of people were shocked by the “harsh”, “OTT” and “brutal” comments.
The report card dates back to 1991, when Lewis was just four years old.
After retrieving it, he published his teacher’s opinion in the comments Family Below Tips and Ideas Facebook Group.
She wrote: “My school report from 1991. I am an August child, so I could not have been older when it was written. I am now almost 34 years old, I am a student mental health nurse and I I still digress. “
Louis went to tell our sister the paper Liverpool Echo : “I also have this report which the head teacher added, which was not better.
“My daughter started school there in September. I hope it’s better now.”
Under the heading of personal and social development, Lewis’s report wrote: “Lewis took some time to settle down, the school took a big step forward – it was full of situations that made him feel overwhelmed and he Feeling we have ‘Run out of gas’ emotionally.
“She needs help and guidance to move in the right direction, because instead she can be determined and try to find her own way.”
“She’s befriended a few kids but she doesn’t have to work hard, encourage her to work. She’s good at digging and finding herself in the corner of the house !! Failure to comprehend is an expression of commitment to work – no doubt a reflection of maturity. “
The post garnered more than 1.4k comments, with many agreeing that teacher management is not over.
One mother wrote: “What’s the matter !! 4 ?! I’m glad my son isn’t eating crayons yet,” Fails to understand the importance of commitment to work, no doubt maturity Be reflective “Sorry Miss Trench Bill was your teacher … at least Matilda gave it to her !! xx?”
Another joked: “In summary, ‘Louise is a very normal 4yo baby.'”
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تِ س را Parents Wrote: “Looks like it’s a bit of an OTT for 4 kids just turning 4 years old. Hopefully the teachers will be mature because I’m sure the kid did that.
One woman added: “It’s brutal! If a teacher talked like this about my 4-year-old child, I would be so skinny. I was busy licking windows and eating mud at 4, I don’t know. How mature they are, ”he said
Another said: “It’s tough but I had a report at the age of 4 that said I would never be anything but average. I try to be everything but now I’m average I am. “
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And another parent commented: “Reflecting your maturity, what an old battle ax it looks like at 5 years old.”
One teacher was not impressed, saying: “As a preschool teacher in the early years, this report is so negative! Of course not now the way we do things!
One man wrote: “My sister’s report was similar (August’s birth) was that her attention was ‘focused on a hamster’.
But a couple of parents thought honesty was refreshing.
One said: “Personally I love honesty. I would love to be honest about my children’s news now even though now you get all the positive things. The positives are good and make you feel better but in me The mother is sometimes surprised that we are the only surviving child we are talking about.
Another added: “I like how authentic your teacher has written. I can’t help but feel that my children’s reports have been taken from the script and at least from personal contact.”