Tell your son to kick his áss
Why dont you tell your son to punch him (I'm actually serious)
I would go to the police. If the school and the parents do nothing then you have no alternative.
god i hate you...
not cruel at all. its honesty. besides the world is cruel.
Pretty immature to judge me without knowing me.
honestly there is not much else to do. you can file a lawsuit maybe... i don't know though. and at my school there are contracts that make people have to stay away from others and if they don't they get suspended. you need to take it to another level.
My son was very shy when he was a kid and he encountered this kind of problem at his primary school by a girl. She even hit and scratched him on his arms, left with nails marks. I made a written complaint to the Class teacher & the Headteacher. They called her parents and me to the meeting but told us as an accident.
They separated the classes but my son wasn't happy at school so, after the 2 months I moved my son to another school.
You can make a complaint to your son's school governors- make a written complaint, if you are not happy the next level should be the local education department.
You don't address the school principal or teachers themselves - you go to the school system main office. Advise them (not "tell" them) that you will seek legal guidance if this harassment does not cease permanently. Odds are, the system main office has no idea that this is going. Do not advise you child to fight back. No kid should have to do that just to be left alone. Get off the computer and get to the system office.
I would contact the other child's parents as the first step. The second step would be telling your son to do the following:
1) Tell your son to ignore him. "Walk AWAY"
2) Tell your son to tell the kid that you don't appreciate/like what he's doing and to knock it off. aka 'the WARNING'
3) It's time for some Texas justice. Have your son kick his a$$.
Having been in your son's position before, I can say in all seriousness that you should give your son your full permission the beat the snot out of this other child.
Teach your son how to kick his ***.
Hire a hitman.
This is where the kid gloves come off. :P
One of my sons was being picked on last year, he was 6... My husband told him, ''don't be afraid of this kid. Beat his ***, stand up for yourself.'' I wasn't too happy when I found out he got suspended for beating the kid up, but I also wasn't too happy when I found out my husband told him too. But I was very happy that he wasn't be bullied anymore.
I hope things get better for your son. :( kids can be so mean and cruel!!!
Ask the school for a copy of its anti bullying policy and continue to report. If the fail to stick.to policy pull them up on it x
Giv u son money to pay for someone to protect him. For 10-15 a week someone will let the picece of **** no not to mess wit him
i guess you can get a PFA on this boy, but not 100% sure, i would take your boy by the hand and get him started with marshal arts let him gain confidence and the next time or this kid picks on him he might just be in for a big shock.
something like this happened to me as a young boy 13 or 14 when i changed schools, at lunch the bully would pick on me and i had been telling him he better stay away from me, but after a few days of this i finally got feed up and put a beating on him....the thing no one new about me at that time as i was in a new school, i was in training for golden gloves boxing classes, which i did do when i was older...never had trouble after that .
put your son in martial arts. wait a few weeks and things should calm down.
what country are u in, the US, uk, and a lot of Europe have laws about bullying. use then to get the parents attention. if it continues after that, use the same laws through civil court so he and his parents can pay your son's way through college etc.
check your states laws, u shud be able to use them to bring in outside help. maybe then your son will be left alone. n if not u can take civial action. good luck
Nothing you can do but switch schools.
Having been through this kind of thing with five different children at different times in their lives, I called meetings with the principle and the other parties parents. It stopped. But, sometimes the kids themselves work it out.
pay a bigger kid to kick the s not outta him