“Dear Teacher, I Know my Behaviour Makes you Mad, but you Need to Understand what my Life is Like”

16 March 2018

œI™m sorry that doing your job is hindered by my behaviour. On good days I just don™t listen to you. On bad days I instigate a full-scale riot. I do see that that makes you unhappy. I totally get that your eyes suspiciously dart straight to me whenever something kicks off in my general vicinity.

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Jaz Ampaw-Farr is author of a forthcoming title, ˜Because of You, This is Me™ - click here for more information and to pre-order your copy now!

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