Bullying in P1

(9 Posts)
Reallydouthink Wed 07-Sep-16 23:32:59

My DD has been attacked by a certain boy in her class since starting P1. She didn't tell us until Monday past I think it was all getting too much. Finally in class yesterday he attacked her in front of the teacher. He has been excluded for 5 days. I am horrified she's so small not even 5. I'm talking with the deputy head on Friday what should I be asking them to do? TIA

DixieWishbone Wed 07-Sep-16 23:47:21

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

GoldFishFingerz Wed 07-Sep-16 23:49:42

I would be using certain terminology 'schools duty of care' 'locoparentis'

Ask them how they plan to keep your daughter safe.

GoldFishFingerz Wed 07-Sep-16 23:50:27

Log everything. Every incident. Everything the staff say

CodyKing Fri 09-Sep-16 06:42:28

Follow the meeting up in writing

As per our meeting today we agreed X and you will look at Y and review in Z weeks

Is there another class?

She's just started and you need to look at this as the next 6 years - or longer school wise - she needs to move away from him

CodyKing Fri 09-Sep-16 06:45:13

My DS was promised to be kept away from a boy - first day he was sat next to him - mmm supply teacher Next day was because of DEpH was in class -!oh then the sports coach and the X YZ visitors - parents on trips etc

I proved they couldn't do it and move my son - whilst wasn't happy to live him - it got him out of that daily atmosphere

Reallydouthink Fri 09-Sep-16 09:48:11

Just had a meeting with them, it looks like he will be removed from the class. I will find out next Wed. I let them know that whilst I appreciate that everyone has a right to an education it cannot be at the expense of other children. I also told them that if I felt she was unsafe I would remove her and lodge a formal complaint.

Reallydouthink Fri 09-Sep-16 09:48:48

Ps thank you for your responses I really appreciate them.

Footle Fri 09-Sep-16 09:55:30

Will she also be safe from him in the playground ?

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