I raised it in terms of the English club because I thought that would be gentler than 'I have some concerns about a student'. We can chat in the playground. I think it's a good opportunity to make an extra tuition hour, may be once a week for one hour or so, and enjoy English conversation there. If I do that my supervisor will think I'm not keen in getting to know the students or willing to go the extra mile, when that's not it at all. If you live in a rural area, it can be acceptable. I think she got it, but at the same time I feel like a total idiot for raising it. I'm sure they won't take too much offence at anything you do - most of the Japanese teachers I worked with just put any 'non-standard behaviour' down to me being a foreigner! I have no idea what chattering can be exchanged between pupils and teachers. I hate navigating workplace relations in Japan, it's much more fiddly than it is back home where there aren't so many rules about who you speak to and what you say.
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