Two Teachers Accused Of Beating Toddlers In Italian Kindergarten

Date October 17, 2018 14:51

All parents think that their children are safe in a kindergarten or daycare, but unfortunately, it is not always so. There are numerous cases in which educators mistreat and beat the children, sometimes even to death.

A case like this happened in a kindergarten in Italy, where two teachers used to kick and slap children of the age of 2-3 years old.

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As reported by Tgcom24, the teachers were placed under house arrest on charges of violent child abuse.

If the little ones wouldn’t stand still, the teachers used to immobilize their arms, drag them on the floor or hit them hard on the back of the head.

Two Teachers Accused Of Beating Toddlers In Italian KindergartenIlya Andriyanov /

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There have been 37 established episodes of abuse carried out within the span of 15 days of lessons.

The two women responsible are going to be held accountable for their actions, mainly for the abuse of three children. According to the charges filed against them, the mistreatment caused serious damage to the psychophysical state of all the children in the class.

Why isn't there death penalty for them? I would slaughter them with my own hands SICK AND AWFUL

The prosecutor reported that one of the teachers pushed a little girl so hard that she fainted on the class floor.

The child was pushed so hard that she fell onto a desk, then bounced back, lost her balance and collapsed, face down, not moving for a few minutes, without moaning or making a sound of any kind.

The teacher continued to run around the classroom, ignoring the child and making other children ignore her.

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Matteo Salvini, an Italian politician, commented on the matter:

Two "teachers" of a public kindergarten in Bari were arrested for beating two children aged 2 and 3, kicking and slaping them.

Crazy stuff.

How long will it take the Parliament to approve the Lega’s motion to install cameras in kindergartens and schools ???

P.S. Deliver those two "teachers" to the parents ...

Sometimes children suffer unprecedented violence and live in constant terror and pain. It is very important to recognize signals that children who face similar situations try to send. Remember that it is very difficult for children to speak out when they experience intense negative emotions, especially under the age of 5-6.

The evolutionary psychotherapist Alberto Pellai, in an interview with Vanity Fair, explained what these signals are.

  1. They are very tired when they have to go to school, and when they return home. When children return home, they act differently.
  2. They are silent or aggressive and can’t regain energy and vitality.
  3. Never ask intrusive questions like: “Tell me, did the teacher do anything bad to you?” because the children tend to respond with what they imagine they have to say, what the parents expect.
  4. You can say something like: “Whatever happens to you, you can talk to mom and dad, who can always help their child.

If you suspect teacher misconduct, talk to other parents, then with the headmaster to see what is really going on.

One of the most shocking things for any parent is to learn that someone is hurting their child.

Share this article with all parents to warn against this ever-present danger!

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