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is this bullying??

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tiffy89 Fri 13-Jan-17 02:29:21

about a month before xmas my daughter (7) kept mentioning things that were happening at dinner at school, same name cropping up, she didnt go into much detail when asked i just kept saying "play with someone else" ignore them" type thing, well the other evening my daughter come home and completely broke down ... was a mess, eventually she told me that this girl had been telling the others in a perticular group not to play with her (even thought the others wanted to) to run away from her whenever she approched them, has been calling her annoying, telling her that shes told her mum bad things about her and telling her who she can and cannot sit with. she thinks that shes done wrong or that shes not good enough now, my daughter made this girl a card n this girl chucked it back in her face saying she doesnt want it, my daughter also pleaded with this girl to please just be nice to her and let her play just for 1 dinner time a week... im heartbroken sad..... my daughter has mild autism... she loves school but has recently not wanted to go... i feel like this is bullying... what do you think? x

Mouthfulofquiz Fri 13-Jan-17 02:44:48

Yes, I think that is bullying. Can you arrange a time to speak with the teacher about it all?

AmeliaJack Fri 13-Jan-17 02:48:15

It is bullying. Make an appointment with the teacher asap.

Badbadbunny Fri 13-Jan-17 19:09:10

It is bullying. Make an appointment with the teacher asap.

And don't let them fob you off. If you don't get any joy with the teacher, escalate it to the head and if still no joy, go to the governors. Bullying ruins lives, and it needs to be nipped in the bud.

SnipSnipMrBurgess Fri 13-Jan-17 19:10:54

Fucking horrible child, Im sorry but she is, who the hell does she think she is?
I know what its like to feel isolated and left out in school, make sure you follow up on this. Your daughter needs an advocate and this other kid needs a boot up the hole.

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