should I make a complaint about this teacherWatch
It's normal, she had to give him first aid. If he wanted to have a male teacher he could have asked for one. He could also have refused but then they'd probably have to call you if they didn't know if he was badly hurt.
The other day my 13 year old son grazed his pelvis during a PE accident. He needed medical assistance he did not to need to go to hospital one of women PE teachers gave him some first aid put a bandage over him. My son told me he was asked by this female member of staff if he could take his pe shorts off as that was the only way she could look at him and examine the pelvis injury and put the bandage around it. The issues that I am most concerned about as a parent is firstly why this female member of staff did not ask him to remove the shorts in private and secondly why she did not just give him the bandage to put on himself he wears briefs as that is what I prefer my son to wear. I am sure all this was done in good spirit I don't really want to go into it, now my son is understandably quite upset and embarrassed by this as this woman saw his briefs , I don't really think this was necessary or appropriate for him to have take his shorts off around a woman PE teacher. I not sure if I should take this any further should I bringing my concerns to schools attention should I report this teacher any advice.
It doesn't sound to me like any intentional harassment or embarassment took place and it doesn't sound like you think so either so I'm assuming you're not looking for any sort of punishment for the teacher.
It seems that the real issue you have her is a (quite understandably) embarassed son and maybe a bit of concerns about how it happened and if it could happen again. So prehaps a good outcome would be an appology from the teacher to your son and the school having a think about how they handle situations like this and maybe working on something to avoid a situation like this happening again (like a privacy screen or moving the student to the first aid room).
I would think that making a formal complaint (at least for now) isn't necessary and also risks the teacher facing backlash for a mistake while trying to help your son along with potentially the school becoming defensive and meaning any resolution is less likely.
What I would do instead is firstly talk to your son about what he would like to happen. Hes's the most important part here and you don't want to go stiring things up if it's going to make him even more unhappy. Assuming you son is okay with it I would then email the school (keep a record of everything just in case the do act like jerks for some stupid reason) saying that an unfortionate situation happened with you son (explain it pretty much as you have here) and you and he would appreciate if you could talk to the school about it and get an appology to make your son feel better. You could also ask for them to consider talking to their teachers about it so they are more likely to think of the privacy of their students in any future first aid situations. You can say that you think it would make a good examle for you son of how you can learn and make positives out of mistakes.
Don't make any accusations. Show that you understand it was just an unfortionate mistake within a responsible and well meaning act and all you want is for you son to feel as little negative emotion as possible from it.
With any luck they will respond well to that, your son will get an appology and the school might work on avoiding it in the future.
And there are plenty of reasons to assume it’s not true
The main one being that a teacher would use a bandage in school. Doesn’t happen. It’s not acceptable practice. If a teacher thought dressings were required they would insist on medical treatment. To cover themselves as much as anything.
Underwear is irrelevant. And so is the sex of the person who administers first aid
But it didn’t happen anyway
The author of such threads as ' Women do you think briefs are the most attractive underwear on guy?' & '16 year old brother wants me to buy boxers'? and so on
EDIT: And to be frank, experienced members of the TSR team shouldn't waste their time on threads like these.