Teaching union urges schools to stop ‘parent bombing’ of online classes

Remote learning has left teachers on receiving end of insults and interference, says NASUWT

The switch to remote learning during lockdown left teachers on the receiving end of verbal abuse and “parent bombing” as well as taunts on social media, with little support or training to deal with the issue, a teaching union conference heard.

While teachers said they still faced physical threats in the classroom, the NASUWT annual conference heard that the prolonged period of online teaching had brought a new dimension to pupil behaviour – and reports of parents intervening to berate school staff.

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