Yes, should have mentioned that the other thread would have been closely related to this thread because on the other day my son got upset it all started because the teacher got enough of his behaviour and they 'punished' him by taking off his rewards charts altogether and that led to a big misunderstanding between us and the school.
Since that day we realised what he needed to fix is his behaviour (the root of the problems) if he didn't want to get into troubles. So yesterday I got reminded again by the school that it would be great if he could improve his behaviour so that his reward charts can still stay up on the wall (meaning, his teacher was so close again in taking it off, but tried to tolerate it a bit).
Advices, warnings, nice talks, etc haven't worked one bit to change his behaviour. He doesn't do that every single day, but I know he does that at school every other day. If you warn him today, he won't do it tomorrow, but the next day after that he'd do it again. Do i need to do a daily reminder? Surely he'd get bored of me and ignore me completely.