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Mar 16th, 2011, 00:09 AM   #16
From experience with my little sister (who is in fact still getting bullied to this day) I suggest you take matters into your own hands as the schools these days do jack shit about bullying. You're right, it could be extremely serious one day. We here about tragic bullying stories every day in the News.

Definitely go to the police for assault, that is of course if the School don't do anything.. but if they did do anything anyway, it would just be a 2 week suspension for the bullies and that's that. Not a lot is done about bullying and a lot more needs to be done!

It is assault, and the school can't tell you 'boys will be boys' because that is absurd. Safety of their pupils should be top priority. Also, don't feel like you don't have the right to storm down to that school and tell them exactly what you think and demand something to be done about it, because you have every right to do so. My mum slammed her fist onto the teachers table when they said to her "Your daughter might be making this up to get attention".. they never back-mouthed my mum again, but like I said above, my sister is still getting bullied. xxx

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Mar 16th, 2011, 00:19 AM   #17
How awful How's he doing today? I'd definitely go to the police...I can't believe schools let kids get away with something like that!! If they did that on the streets they'd be arrested so why should it be any different and why aren't the school calling the police themselves?!
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Mar 16th, 2011, 00:34 AM   #18
He's fine today-I went into school and spoke to the support workers who wasn't very happy that the incident hadn't been brought to their attention. Cut a long story short they took 12 statements today and the older child has been excluded for 2 days. I told them I was goin to report it and they said it was upto me to take what action I felt necessary.
I went to the police station,was given a log number and told a policeman would come out to take a statement this aft-were still waitin!!!
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Mar 16th, 2011, 09:17 AM   #19
glad he is ok and well done for reporting it, most people are too scared to report and thats when they get cockier and do it even more because they get away with it xxx
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Jun 25th, 2011, 23:50 PM   #20
Oh, honey . Thats absolutely disgusting, i can totally relate to your son as i was bullied at school and physically abused as well so i can totally understand, has he told a teacher he trusts? Or even talked to the head teacher?..

If all else fails id say go to the police and inform the school about it!, if they fail to keep your child safe then you'll have to take it all into your own hands.

I hope he feels better soon
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