Young Girl 'Can't Stop Laughing At Teacher's Name'

Written by Beatriz Sanchez
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When Annalise Terumalai, 5, first heard her teacher’s name, ‘Miss Butt,’ she couldn’t stop herself from laughing out loud; and up until recently, whenever she heard the woman’s name, she giggled. Her mother, Priscilla Terumalai, didn’t know about this until a parent’s council meeting. But to her surprise, Miss Butt didn’t seem to bothered by the issue.

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However, a few days later, Priscilla was called to a meeting with the bigwigs of Mayville Primary School, including the head of year, the school manager, a teacher assistant and another reception teacher, to answer for her daughter’s indiscretion.

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Saying she was upset would be an understatement. ‘When I received a call from the school, I was appalled at how pathetic and petty it was. I wasn’t making fun of her name at all. I wasn’t happy about being reported,’ Priscilla said.

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She also admitted to feeling intimidated by them. ‘They made me feel like I was in the wrong. The school overreacted and it made me feel really angry. I felt I was treated unfairly because I am putting my trust in the teacher and I am not comfortable with my daughter being in her class now.’

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Saying she was upset would be an understatement. ‘When I received a call from the school, I was appalled at how pathetic and petty it was. I wasn’t making fun of her name at all. I wasn’t happy about being reported,’ Priscilla said.

She also admitted to feeling intimidated by them. ‘They made me feel like I was in the wrong. The school overreacted and it made me feel really angry. I felt I was treated unfairly because I am putting my trust in the teacher and I am not comfortable with my daughter being in her class now.’

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