She wrote: “His first name I know - his surname is not the one he uses with me or the one he has on his email.” One mum responded: “The head teacher thing wouldn't bother me as I doubt he has much direct contact with your son. Has he told you the wrong surname or is it just one he has on his email/online dating account?
“Lots of teachers don't use their names online so the kids can't find them but that doesn't fit with the Facebook profile in his real name. Then waited until boys had filed out and I introduced myself.” Unsure how to deal with the situation, she is taking advice from other parents on the forum and “just going to go radio silent and hide my phone.” Some said the false surname alone would be enough to make them bin him - what would you do?
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