Just wondered if anyone out there has had or still having similar sorts of problems. Thing is my 13 year old boy at home is great, he has the moods that come with his age but nothing major. He can be a little ---- at times but as a rule hes not much trouble, sounds great doesnt it? The thing Im struggling to understand is how is behaviour can be so different at school. He goes back to school tomorrow after his third term of exclusion since September, one for throwing stones near teachers cars, the second was for telling a teacher to f*** off, and the last one was for telling another teacher to do the same, he has had detentions for truanting, not working or doing homework or being repeatedly late for lessons.I have to go to a meeting this week to see the headteacher and head of year to discuss his future at the school. Ive spoke to my son and he just says he hates school. He is dyslexic but the school in all fairness has been great with that, he also has some minor learning difficulties. I dont know if its just frustration at school or what because he is so different at home. Im not saying hes the perfect kid but it seems when he gets to school he loses it. My friends advice was "hes being a lad and hell get through it",not very helpful when theres a chance hes going to have to leave the school.Im not overly strict at home,they know the boundaries but Im not on their back 24/7,Im pretty easy going until they cross the line. I know for definate he isnt being bullied, he was for a while but the bully pushed the wrong button one day and hasnt done anything since. Could it be that he thinks if he acts this way that he will be left alone by other bullies?
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