Any hints in approaching a teacher about the possible start of bullying?
My daughter has had a hard time fitting in to her school (new since July last year) for a variety of reasons, and I am moving towards sorting some of that hopefully - but it seems that at school the problem is starting to escalate.
I don't want to be overdramatic or overprotective, but I want my daughter to have a childhood that doesn't make her cry.
And your peers telling you to go away, don't want to play with you will make you sad. And kids in the class knocking down your lunchbox and jumping on your sandwiches will make you very sad.
And a sunny beautiful girl withdrawing and not wanting to interact with life makes Mummies very sad indeed.
So help please, before it gets out of hand? It appears that the school don't have a bullying policy - or at least one implemented (was in the letters to the editor page in the local rag - seems my child is not the only one).
I don't want to change schools again, because I truly don't believe in running away from problems. And I don't want to be that mother who is always making waves. But I want to do what I can for my little girl.