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Ireland BS: bullying advice (60* d) bullying advice 29 Nov 02

I know that this is a music site but I hope there are mucatters who may have some help and advice. I hope there are some with knowledge of the education British system.

My youngest son (12)is in his 2nd year at High School, he was bullied by people in his class.

Anyhow I have asked numerous times for the bullying to be stopped and have been let down. This has changed my son so much he is displaying behavior totally alien to him.

Here is were I need the help, an incident happened yesterday were a young lady threw a rubber at him while in technology class, they were left unattended, stupidly my son threw it back. As soon as the teacher returned the girl complained and my son got punished. The teacher acknowledged that the girl only wanted to get him into trouble,which she giggled and laughed off. The teacher left the room and the girl said got you into trouble basically gloating.

My son was given line the girl was let off,I took acception to this and contacted the school. This morning the teacher had a go at him saying you go home crying to your dad because you misbehaved, he called my son disgraceful while those who bullied him could hear, after admitting that he knew the girl wanted to get him in trouble, he said that he did not see the girl throw a thing.

This guy is now bullying my son pointing him out making comments and snide remarks all in-front of bullies, who have said they will do anything to get my son in trouble.

I do not know how to handle this besides bapping the teacher one and showing him how it feels like to be bullied.

Any help legal points are more than welcome I don't want blood just to address the problem.

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