This 11-Year-Old Girl Accuses School Of War Crimes In Her Feedback Form And Goes Viral On Twiiter

An 11 year old girl’s feedback about her school has earns a lot of people’s attention. 

Ava Morrison-Bell who is the daughter of Gavin Bell (also known as author Mason Cross) was asked to give feedback on her teacher for an end-of-year review and said she took issue with his use of ‘collective punishment’.

Ava courageously answered that collective punishment shouldn’t be used as it is not fair for the people who didn’t do anything. She then backed up her statement with historical evidence, stating “under the 1949 Geneva Conventions it is a war crime”.

When asked what her teacher could do better, Ava, from Glasgow, wrote: “Not use collective punishment as it is not fair on the many people who did nothing and under the 1949 Genva (sic.) Conventions it is a war crime.”


The girl’s dad was also surprised, so he shared her daughter’s note on Twittter

And people loves it and suggests him to reward her




https://twitter.com/parawakili/status/868122443277324289

Eventually, Ava’s dad caved in and rewarded her as promised


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