My son has just gone up to secondary school, he was at a very small country school, and they were wonderful with him, they all loved him, and he is a lovely boy, but stands out in a crowd, the special needs department are great, but he was travelling on a bus and geting bullied by older boys, he was held down and told to call himself a retard, although I was straight in and sorted it and he now gets private transport, I still worry about bullying, I had never seen him so low and it worried me, also he was excluded for 2 days for lashing out at a kid who had been his best friend for 4 years, and had turned on him as he didnt fit in with his new friends, that really knocked him for six, I know it is unacceptable to hit out and it really isnt in his character to do it and he was punished for it, but I feel that it could have been handled differently, as it just makes him feel persecuted
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