Teacher Helper

(6 Posts)
25hourdaymum Fri 08-Feb-13 22:48:59

Having helped out in class for many weeks and one or 2 after school clubs, my son's old class teacher has been quite friendly with me.
Waving little waves when I've walked in the staff room etc ....
Not reading 'too' much into it, he is pretty yummy and yes, I do have a little crush on him !!! But keeping it on a professional level as I would, we've been working together fine .
However, the other day when he (the teacher) joined in with an activity I was helping to supervise, he seemed more flirty smile
Each class took turns to come in for the activity plus class teacher and then 'his' class came in. 'He' backwards bumped into me as we were leant over opposite tables and then as I was helping another child undo his apron, I felt someone brush past me, only to glance round and see 'him' step back taking photos of the said activity!
Later that morning, 'he' came back during break (I was still helping the last class) and he asked me if I was interested to be more involved IN class rather than just reading with children out of the class room? We chatted for what seemed like ages, held eye contact and so on and his keeness for me to be more involved was very apparent! I offered him my mob.number and email contact details (which he jumped at) for him to let me know what he had in mind for me to do.
Now, if this was a guy in another work place with the same approach, I'd read it as he was basically wanting to get to know me better.
Sorry for the drawn out explanation, it's been such a long time, like years since I've actually really liked another another guy, I think I've forgotten what they do to flirt !!!

25hourdaymum Fri 08-Feb-13 22:53:22

Would be really grateful for some 'kind' feedback :/

Coconutty Fri 08-Feb-13 22:56:25

Sounds like he likes you but totally inappropriate for him to be making it obvious in a classroom full of kids tbh.

Bet he phones you though!

25hourdaymum Fri 08-Feb-13 23:06:11

Totally agree with you thanks, but setting the scene a little more clearly, it was sooooo busy and messy and hectic in there with what we were all doing, I doubt whether anyone would of noticed anyhow. I was the one who obviously noticed and when we spoke about future classroom involvment, it was outside of the classroom and the children were being supervised by others inside the classroom.
Feel like I've living under a rock, it's been so long ! confused

Euphemia Sat 09-Feb-13 08:30:41

for him to let me know what he had in mind for me to do.

Oooh you saucy little minx, you. wink

Go for it, if neither of you has any reason not to, why not?!

LeeCoakley Sat 09-Feb-13 10:39:40

If I was a parent in that class I wouldn't be too happy if the teacher wanted a helper in just because he fancied her! Who knows what it may lead to under a pile of coats in the cloakroom while the children are running riot grinLovely that there is some chemistry between you but I think working in class with him isn't the way forward.

Join the discussion

Join the discussion

Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.

Register now