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Jan 02, 2020

Otherwise the actually active people will suddenly find themselves there later

In it, she urged the British to fight the pathogen: “There will be better days again … We will be united with our families. We will meet again.”

The UK could become the worst hit country in Europe in terms of death toll, experts fear. Her eldest son PRINCE CHARLES (71) was also one of those already infected. The eternal heir to the throne and organic farmer showed only mild symptoms and cured himself on his country estate in Scotland.

The monarch should not only worry about PRINCE PHILIP because of the pandemic. The 98-year-old had to be taken to hospital shortly before Christmas. After four nights in London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital, he made his way straight to the Sandringham country estate on Christmas Eve. There the Queen traditionally celebrates Christmas with her family.

It is not known why the senior was in the hospital. British media speculated that the prince had long suffered from a flu or fell. “His Royal Highness would like to thank everyone who wished him a good recovery,” said the palace taciturnly.

The younger royals probably also gave the Queen sleepless nights. Because grandson PRINZ HARRY (35) performed the “Megxit” (pun on exit) with ex-actress MEGHAN (38) on April 1st. The couple had already announced in January that they would partially withdraw from their royal duties and want to become “financially independent”. Later, however, the two agreed on a clear break with the royal family.

She supports Harry and Meghan’s wish to “create a new life as a young family,” said the Queen. However, the detachment might have given her a stab, especially since she should not have seen her soon-to-be-one-year-old great grandson Archie for months. The family’s new home is Los Angeles, where Meghan grew up.

The Queen still has a problem child in her family – maybe even her biggest. Her second oldest son PRINCE ANDREW (60) is said to be involved in the abuse scandal surrounding the late US multimillionaire Jeffrey Epstein and to have had sex with a minor. The prince wanted to refute the allegations with an interview. Instead, he talked about head and neck. US investigators accuse him of not cooperating with them. At first Elizabeth II still seemed to stick to her son; both beamed at each other while they were driving to church together. But then the prince virtually disappeared – until shortly before Easter a picture was published that shows him packing gift bags for a hospice.

And then there is the dispute over BREXIT. The Queen is actually holding back with political statements. But in the face of the escalating arguments, she did speak a word of power – in her own way. In a speech she called for more respect: “When we are looking for new answers in this day and age, I prefer the tried and tested recipes such as: speak well about one another, respect different points of view, come together to explore commonalities and never the big picture Lose eyes. ” For the British media it was clear: this is an allusion to the slapping and stabbing in Parliament.mockingbird sample Great Britain left the EU on January 31, more than three and a half years after the Brexit referendum.

The child-friendliness in this country leaves a lot to be desired from the point of view of German citizens. Only 15 percent give Germany a good grade, as a survey by the Hamburg Foundation for Future Issues shows. In 2010 it was still 21 percent. The situation is very different with its northern neighbor Denmark: Nine out of ten respondents there rated their country as child-friendly.

Germany ranks last

For the study, a good 11,000 people aged 14 and over in ten European countries were asked: “Is your country child-friendly?” Germany came in last place by a long way – in Poland (ninth place), 21 percent of the respondents described their country as child-friendly.

Child-friendliness in everyday life is missing

Elderly and East Germans are particularly critical of the Federal Republic of Germany when it comes to child-friendliness: eleven percent of those over 55 were positive, in the new federal states only nine percent. “More crèche places and all-day schools, the introduction of a childcare allowance or split parental allowance – all of this will undoubtedly help many families”, explained the scientific director of the foundation, Ulrich Reinhardt. “But such measures say nothing about child-friendliness in everyday life in our society.” This also includes little things, from the sausage slice at the butcher’s to the neighbors who don’t immediately complain when it gets louder next door, “said Reinhardt.

In view of the low birth rates, the scientist urged more tolerance and respect: “Noise from children is actually our dream of the future.” He also spoke out in favor of an infrastructure that responds more closely to the needs of families and children as well as a working environment that allows work and family to be reconciled.

The countries at a glance

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With 90 percent approval, Denmark came in first place unrivaled and was even able to increase its good value from the 2011 survey. Spain, the Netherlands and Greece have also become more child-friendly in the perception of their residents – after all, almost one in two sees it that way. Child-friendliness in France, on the other hand, has fallen by 20 percent to 40 percent within two years. In Switzerland, Austria and Great Britain, too, fewer residents today than in 2011 believe that their country is child-friendly. The lowest values ​​in the survey were in Poland and Germany.

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What the Danes do better

Reinhardt explains the great child-friendliness in Denmark with the high degree of emancipation. “Regardless of whether you look at the proportion of working women, the quota of female managers, the number of crèche places or the possibility of combining work and family, Denmark is well above the European average. In addition, it is also high The importance of families and their social recognition are decisive for the high value. “

Something is going wrong

What remains is the well-known call for politics to make it easier for families in our country in many ways. But you can also read the numbers like this: 85 percent of Germans have noticed that something is going wrong.

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He just doesn’t stop! In every lesson, the teacher takes on the same student over and over again: He is bullied, has to constantly calculate on the blackboard, gets unjust grades and has to listen to sentences like: “Oh man, how stupid you are actually that you can’t do it ?! ” If you are bullied by the teacher, it does not help to eat the frustration into yourself. Help should be sought first and then the teacher should be confronted.

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There have always been arguments between students and teachers

When it comes to the term “bullying”, however, you should be careful, says Klaus Seifried: “Bullying only occurs when someone is targeted, humiliated and tortured again and again for no apparent reason,” explains the school psychologist from Berlin. Conflicts in the classroom are mostly about grades and rules, and there has always been arguments between teachers and students about this.

When limits are exceeded

The borderline to bullying is fluid, however, when teachers make cynical, derogatory comments in front of the assembled class and, for example, make fun of the performance of an individual student, says Seifried. “It is the absolute exception that students are bullied by teachers.” If so, there is no reason for the student to be ashamed or to withdraw. “He should break this vicious circle and defend himself in any case,” advises the school psychologist.

To school with a stomach ache

If you do nothing, such attacks leave their mark. Then it is difficult for those affected to even go to school. “Many already get headaches and stomach aches when they think about class after getting up in the morning, or they suffer from stress over time because they can no longer meet the requirements,” explains the qualified pedagogue Marthe Kniep from Munich the “Dr. Sommer” team that runs “Bravo”. “It even goes as far as to wish to skip school.”

Exchange with classmates

It shouldn’t get that far! If you feel bullied by the teacher, the first step is to talk to classmates you trust. “They can then say how they see the situation,” advises the educational advisor Maria El-Safti-Jütte from the Berlin children’s and youth hotline. “In this way you can also find out whether you are referring to things that others see very differently.”

Afraid of lower grades

However, many students do not dare to address the problem. “In most cases of bullying, there is never any confrontation,” says Seifried. “Then those affected try to just put it away.” One reason is the fear that a complaint could have disadvantages. “They fear that they will get worse grades or an announcement for their parents.”

Get support

But it is important to take courage and speak to the teacher about the situation, says El-Safti-Jütte: “You should never do it alone and on your own,” she advises. “The best thing is to bring someone you trust on board who can support you.” You can get support from the school’s trusted teacher, from a psychological counseling center or from your parents, for example. If a student does not want to be helped, there can be different reasons: “For example, it could be because the students are afraid of not being taken seriously,” says Kniep. “Or they fear that the adults have the last word and say things like: ‘You behaved naughty too.'”

Put down in writing

If parents have problems with a teacher, they should talk to other mothers and fathers in the class. Possibly they see the teacher’s behavior in a similarly critical way, says Ursula Walther from the board of the Federal Parents’ Council in Oranienburg. It’s better to do something together. If the parents decide to act together, this is best recorded in writing. “Everyone who says: ‘Yes, I see it the same way’ should sign,” advises Walther. Otherwise the actually active people will suddenly find themselves there later.

When do the school management get involved?

You never know beforehand how a conversation with the teacher will end. “It can certainly happen that the teacher denies everything and reacts dismissively,” says El-Safti-Jütte. In such cases at the latest, the school management should be involved. “It doesn’t have to get that far, because the conversation can go well and the problems out of the way.”

Don’t blame yourself

If it comes to a conversation, there is no point in reproaching the teacher. “You just want to finish me off” doesn’t help, “says the qualified pedagogue Marthe Kniep from the” Bravo “. “Instead, you should say that you don’t feel good in class because you have the feeling that you are being treated differently from your classmates.” Then it is best to describe the incidents and concrete examples and to talk about how the problem can be solved.

What to do with “wrong” grades?

If parents find their child wrongly assessed, they should always talk to the teacher about it first, recommended Ursula Walther from the board of the Federal Parents’ Council in Oranienburg. If it is about a class test, mother or father could have the evaluation system shown and explained to them. “It is sometimes difficult for parents to accept when the child gave a similar answer as requested, but the teacher wanted the exact formulation from the textbook,” explained Walther.

Teachers must take grades

When it comes to a certificate grade, the teacher must be able to prove both the written and the oral grades. “It happens now and then that a teacher does not take everything into account and for example forgets to include the oral grades”, Walther described her experience. If the parents find their child still got the wrong marks after the interview, they could turn to the nearest authority. In primary schools this is the headmaster, in secondary schools the head of department, for example for languages. The headmaster could intervene in the note. However, as a rule, he would only do this if large parts of the class did poorly on a paper. “Then the work may be repeated.” By contrast, the school principal rarely touches individual grades from students. “This would interfere with the pedagogical competence of the teacher, and that would create a lot of stress,” said Walther.

Hardly any chance in court

Parents also have little chance of success when they go to court. In principle, a lawsuit is only justified if the grade jeopardizes a school career or if it says in the final report: “You can’t just challenge a three in the report because you think it’s too bad.” The court examines whether there are formal errors in the assessment. “But it does not interfere with the educational evaluation.”

Consider the consequences

Before parents go on the barricades because of a grade, they should also consider what consequences this can have for the student. Admittedly, such grade discussions would officially have no effect on the teacher-student relationship. “But that’s 50 percent the case,” said Walther. It could, for example, happen that the student will be viewed more critically in the future. “So you should think about how much trouble you are causing.”

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