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My son has said his helper has hit him

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beckyweymouth Fri 03-Mar-17 19:40:07

My child has autism and gos to a main stream school. He came come today and told me he was hit over the head twice hard with a book in front of the class and it hurt hes told me its happend more then once and also that the helper won't let him drink water . He suffers migraines and needs to drink water regularly. I think the school will deny this (they havent been helful in the past) just at a loss on what to do?

i immediately rang the school but only the receptionist was there to speak to . After saying that there has been an incident that i which to speak to the head about she pressed me for details and the name of the helper and said she will get someone to speak to to me monday.he has this helper every morning so not sure im comfortable sending him to school with her untill iv spoken to someone about this.when i asked him what the helper said to him the terminology he used was not something iv heard before which makes me 100% believe him.

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