Ethics teachers dating parents
Amy - I agree, I can't make him fancy me, and I wasn't trying to - the title of the thread is misleading I think, should've just called it 'fancying child's teacher' as it's meant just as a lighthearted thread, just looking for a bit of advice on whether schools usually have policies regarding teachers dating parents; not that I think it will come of anything, but if by any chance this guy does like me (which I think is highly unlikely, given how he acts around me - but you never know), then the school having a strict policy against dating parents will obviously put him off even pursuing me..he wanted to. Is there any room for slight chattiness/flirting, either now or once my son leaves his class?
I'm naturally a chatty, flirty person anyway but always feel like I've got to be the total opposite of that around him because he's a teacher; but then again, he IS a human too! I just want to open the door for maybe something happening in future if he ever was interested in me, that's all. Anon (1475840)- Sorry my post reads as a bit harsh!
Not like I can suddenly ask what he's doing at the weekend! I also don't know for certain if he was already separated from his wife when they got together and I'm not convinced that she had split from me either, but ho hum... Started this as a kind of light hearted "I've got a crush on a teacher" thread, and now I feel like I've just opened up old wounds for you!
As a side note; I don't know if this teacher is single, any idea how I find out?
It doesn't matter one jot if you have a massive crush.
Unless he feels the same way it doesn't matter does it? you will know because he will eventually start talking to you and one day will ask you out. You'll end up feeling like a plonker at best or have to move your son if you really get carried away.
Nothing stops a bloke going for a woman (or a man) he fancies does it.I remember when I was at Junior school, our head teacher and my class teacher started dating and then he proposed - at school! They have been married years now and have 2 children.I doubt everyone (parents, other teachers etc) approved of their relationship, but I remember myself and the girls in my class thinking how romantic! Just talk to him There's a teacher at my DD's school who the majority of mums fancy.I also don't know for certain if he was already separated from his wife when they got together and I'm not convinced that she had split from me either, but ho hum... She's dating (and now living with) the dad of two of her pupils and works in a C of E primary school. I've no idea how their relationship is perceived by her colleagues and I'm sure parent's evenings must be strained, but I'm sure neither of these have contributed to her deciding to retire from teaching at the end of this term.I also don't know for certain if he was already separated from his wife when they got together and I'm not convinced that she had split from me either, but ho hum...