last week we had an incident with our teenage dog walker and his friends stealing money, bottles of brandy and gin, beer and a head torch from our house and ended up getting the police to have a word with them partly because the parents of the boy we don't know (the friend of our dog walker)refused to take our complaints seriously.
The boys mother is the cleaner at my ds school and is friendly with the women who is 'playground assistant'.
This moring my ds says to me 'you're not allowed to put your hands in your pockets in school.
seems the playground assistant told my ds in the PLAYGROUND that he wasn't to stand with his hands in his pockets.
Is your concern that the playground assistant is going to start picking on your son for spurious reasons due to this incident? I can't actually see why this woman would tell your son that, actually. I'd keep an eye on the situation and talk to the school if it seems like she's telling him off over stupid things like that.
I would be wary of jumping to conclusions tbh. It's perfectly possible that the assistant told your son to keep his hands out of his pockets so that if he fell he'd be able to save his face. Small children rarely give you the full story/context <remembers confronting teacher over something completely innocent after being informed by 5 year old son 'Miss X made a little girl stand on a chair until she wee'd'>
But then some people can just be vindictive bitches. When I started infant school, there was a woman who didn't really like our family - not sure why. She used to specifically pick on me because I was the smallest. Things like forcing me to chew on piece of gristle until I swallowed it. It was disgusting and I was gagging and nearly choking on it, but she forced me to eat it as I hadn't cleared my plate I was 5 years old. She was a school dinner assistant and this was a way she could have power over us. Nasty bitch.
Anyway, that was many years ago. The best thing is to keep an eye on things and make sure your DS does not receive any unfair treatment.