Girl, 11, accuses school of fight crime in feedback form

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A picture tweeted by Mason Cross showing his daughter's school feedback form, which reads: Things my teacher could do better, with the reply, Not use common punishment as it is not satisfactory on the many people who did zero and under the 1949 Genva [sic] Conventions it is a fight crime.Image copyright
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An 11-year-old girl’s avowal that her school was guilty of a fight crime has left viral.

Her father, Gavin Bell (also famous as author Mason Cross), suggested on Twitter that she had left brute on a student feedback form.

She criticised the policy of punishing a whole category for one person’s bad poise – by citing the Geneva Conventions.

“Not certain if we should belligerent her or buy her ice cream,” Mr Bell mused.

Asked what her teacher could do better, Ava Bell wrote: “Not use common punishment as it is not satisfactory on the many people who did zero and under the 1949 Genva [sic] Conventions it is a fight crime.”

The picture showing the suggestion, handwritten in pencil, has been “liked” some-more than 400,000 times on Twitter.

Mr Bell, who is formed in Glasgow, pronounced his eldest child is “11 going on 47”.

“I should explain that she thinks her teacher is awesome,” he added. “It’s just this aspect of the educational probity complement she has an issue with.”

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He told the BBC he came opposite the form at a parents’ evening, where folders of the children’s work are displayed for their guardians to read.

He pronounced it was wholly characteristic, laughing, “She will never let an evidence go at home!”

Various associate relatives joked that immature Miss Bell was precocious, and this could be just the start for her.

“Frightening… i am honestly contemptible for you for all those tough conversations which you will lose…” tweeted Brian Siddhu.

One some-more asocial spectator accused author Mr Bell of making it up.

“Meh, no way this actually happened. Shame on you, using your child for rts [re-tweets]…” wrote tweeter @NagoyaPompey.

The father replied: “Dude, if I’d done it up we would have got her to fix the spelling of ‘Geneva.'”

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According to her father, Miss Bell has ruled out a career in politics

He told the BBC his daughter has “just loves looking into things”.

“She has a Google habit,” he explained. “Usually it’s along the lines of scholarship and technology.

“According to Ava, her teacher suspicion it was utterly amusing!”

Faced with the choice between ice cream or punishment, many Twitter users suspicion the schoolgirl deserved the dessert option.

“I’m diversion to crowdfund her whole year’s ice cream needs tbh,” offering @PedestrianPoet.

Her father’s response was some-more measured.

Mr Bell tweeted a picture of his daughter holding two cones of ice-cream, with the words, “The people have spoken”.

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