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    I'd step to the principal straightaway

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    I'd go to the teacher again. It may be that she thought the issues were resolved. No need to go to the Principal after you've only discussed it once (a while ago I assume, not in the last week) with the teacher. If things still progress or you're not happy with the way the teacher handles it, then the Principal.

    My 5yo ds was being picked on at Kinder and in one day got a block (of wood) thrown at his face (causing a small bruise) and a bite on the arm (causing a small bruise) from the same child ... a few hours apart too! I get on really well with his mum and I was one of the last mums into the kinder room at pick up and the other little boys mum apologised to me on her way out (she was one of the first into the room) so I knew something was wrong. The teacher & I had a good chat and we sat down a couple of weeks later to assess progress with everything and overall things went well. There haven't been any more incidents and the boys have broadened their friendship groups (my ds & the boy that hurt him describe themselves as best friends). That was 3 or more months ago now, so it's all good.


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