Natzzz69 im so sorry to hear about whats happening to your little boy it must be heartbreaking. Have you been into school and sat down and had a chat with the teacher? I work in a school, we sometimes have problems like this that we have to sort out and i really dont understand why your problem hasnt been sorted out as your child shouldnt have to go through this bless him.
By the 'sad face in a book' makes me wonder if the child who has hurt your child has behaviour needs, which isnt an excuse for him to hurt your child but id of thought his behaviour would be closely monitored if thats the case.
If youve not physically been into school that would be my first approach, be calm and reasonable and express your concerns and how long this has been going on for, ask what they are going to do if they dont tell you (they should). Hopefully he/she will reasure you and get the situation sorted. Give alittle bit of time, it wont be sorted out over night, from the teachers point of view its really difficult when you have a child with challenging behaviour in her/his class BUT behaviour managament is part of their job. Keep note of anything that happens after youve had a meeting with the teacher, log it on paper- not long just where, when, who is envolved and whats been done. If the problem continues make an appoinment to see the headteacher, speak to him/her and explain how your feeling, show the notes youve made as youve then got a log of inncidents. Im sure she/he will put a stop to it. Hope that helps, good luck xxxx
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