Yr5 girl being bullied and excluded by former friends.

(4 Posts)
MotherlyMother01 Wed 17-Apr-13 20:19:47

Have a speak to the mothers of the 6 girls and explain how horrible they have been and what they have done to your GD, and tell your GD to take part in clubs so she can make new friends.

TreadOnTheCracks Sat 16-Mar-13 19:47:22

I just don't want to wear out their good will by mentioning petty things that may well be accidentally. Helpful to get an objective view - you think it should be mentioned to the teacher.

lljkk Sat 16-Mar-13 18:10:09

That's horrible, yes someone should keep mention recent incident, keep the situation high-profile.

TreadOnTheCracks Sat 16-Mar-13 14:02:37

Of course this is a long story. My GD (god daughter) is being bullied by a group of about 6 former friends. Lots of water under the bridge, she has not been blameless in it, the situation now is the 6 of these girls in a gang sniggering at her when she walks into class. Laughing at her at every opportunity, staring at her in the play ground (occasionally she will find herself with no one to play with). Her mum has done all the right things AFAICS, spoken to the teacher, and when that didn't really sort it to the head of KS2, is keeping a log of all incidents and contacts with school.Has had lots of playdates with the kinder girls in the class.

One of the girls (GD's ex best friend) kicked her in the back during assembly on Friday. No apology, but could have been an accident. Should GD speak to the teacher about it (she hasn't so far) so GDs mum go in?

Any general advice welcome too.

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