There are about a thousand different problems that I have encountered in dealing with bullying and it is impossible to list them all here.
What do I do if my child is a relative of a teacher in the school?
What do I do if a teacher is bullying my child?
What do I do if the Principal is bullying my child
What do I do if the student bullying my child is the son/daughter of the Chair of the Board of Management
What do I do as a teacher if I am being bullied by a student? . . . The list goes on and on.
What can I do if the Board of Management is not functioning properly?
The Principal offered to protect my child by changing her class/ Why should she and not the bully have to change?
A teacher called the bully and my son (victim) together, asked them to shake hands, which they did, but once outside the bully assaulted my son again.
... the list goes on and on
If you want to write about your particular problem, write to me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Last edited 26 September 2014