Mum sits next to son during maths class to teach him a lesson about behaviour

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Becky Crandleys son did not expect her to go through with her threat/promise (Picture: Becky Crandley)

A mother has been hailed a hero after she gatecrashed her sons class to get him to behave.

Becky Crandley walked into Sittingbourne Community College in Kent as part of a surprise experiment on Friday.

She was reacting to reports that her son, Harley, 12, had shown signs of a bad attitude.

Becky had warned him that unless he improves his behaviour she would be going to school with him but said little changed.

So when school returned recently she stuck to her word and when she got emails from the year eight pupils teacher about two incidents she triggered Operation Mummy Bear.

Becky said: It all started last year with his behaviour change, its part of growing up I think, but its his rudeness and disrespect I cannot stand.

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I have had phone call after phone call about his behaviour. Hes had an untold amount of detentions and isolations but nothing seemed to bother him.

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She had told the school of her plan and they accepted so at 2pm on Friday she went to the school.

Becky, who has another four children, said: I constantly threatened that Id sit with him in school if needed, and he always laughed it off.

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Since theyve been back this year Ive had several phone calls already. So when his maths teacher emailed last week and said about an incident, I said to her I would join him.

He didnt have a clue, and he was very embarrassed for sure, I was introduced asRead More – Source