I don't know if it's bullying towards my child as such, it seems to just be whichever child is close enough to lash out at.
The child pulled DD's shirt, which is now missing a button because I don't know how to sew anything at all, he also threw a full, large water bottle at the middle of her back which bruised her for days after, and he took her hat. All in one go, water bottle first then pulled on her shirt to pull her close enough to get her hat off. It was at school finishing time so I saw it happen but couldn't get through the parents to get to her in time to do anything about it.
I went to let the supply teacher know and she asked DD if she knew which child it was. When DD said the name of the boy, the teacher rolled her eyes and said "He always does those thing, you'll be ok" and I was like and told her it is not ok.
We went to the office and the Deputy Principal said she'll talk to the supply teacher, make sure she never has DD's class again, and on the Monday she was to speak with the regular teacher, the child and his parents.
Today I realised that the mother is a worker at a centre I get some work at. Makes it hard to talk to her about it!
Anyway, DD said the child lifted her dress up today and told her that he likes her knickers and wants to take them!!! So I've asked for an appointment with the Principal to try and sort something out, he's making her feel very unsafe at school.
So far, 3 weeks into the year, she's missing a button on her new school shirt, she had a bruise on her back that lasted days, she had her hat taken but it did turn up the following week, and she's been asked for her knickers all by the one child! He does it to other kids though and is sometimes nice but it just seems to be when he gets it in his head that he wants to bully a child, he'll simply choose the nearest one.
I just need some tips on how to help DD at school when these things happen to her.