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Granddaughter Bullied At School For Four Years

by Mrs. MacDonald
(North Lincs, UK)

It's my 8 year old granddaughter. She (and other children in her class) have suffered being bullied by one other child for the past 4 years.

She is in a Catholic school. The bully is none Catholic and has pretty much got away with their behaviour as the school does very little other than say there are problems at home.

My daughter has gone in so many times to report what the child is saying more than doing and after 4 long years my poor little granddaughter tends to pick on her young sister and can be very nasty towards her. I believe this all comes from being bullied for so long (No I don't hold with it, just trying to say she is not a nasty girl.)

I also believe my 8 year old granddaughter is suffering some kind of anxiety and that is not right for such a young child all due to a foul mouthed bully.

We are all at a stand still now as the school doesn't seam to be doing much if anything about this.

I think that this kind of behaviour of 4 years is very much unacceptable most of all when the bully still remains in the school.

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Look to the bully
by: Anonymous

It is the bully of course who has the problem. He is expressing his frustration and anxiety. It would be helpful to know something of his family circumstances. Is he himself being bullied at home and seeking revenge by bullying others?

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