“My daughter is being attacked by a “difficult child” (the bully). How can I help them to change their relationship? If the school is working on this, but the parents of that child are not getting involved, mentioning being busy as their excuse. With the situation getting worse … physical bullying is to start.
What to do?”
“The issue of bullying (manifested, for example, in the aggressive behavior of one of the members of a group of children) in schools, is becoming more and more widespread. A lot of parents are often faced with this problem.
Everyone has already heard that there has recently been a bill of law that was submitted to the Parliament for consideration, providing for tougher punishments for parents in situations when children bully their teachers. But what to do if children display aggression towards their peers? In this case, parents and teachers already need to get involved to resolve this issue.
The first thing to understand is the reason for the other girl’s aggression. It often occurs that due to her parents being busy all the time, she feels lonely and abandoned, and aggression is a form of response to this deficiency. Physical manifestations are the extreme stage of it, they usually come in when all other methods have been exhausted, and the child no longer knows how to make themselves heard.
Are you worried that your child is being bullied at school and they are not telling you about it? You cannot get the truth out of them or you are unable to prove the bullying incident? Make use of the LIVE- listening function in the “Find My Kids” app that can be downloaded from AppStore and GooglePlay. This is fully legal.
The second thing to do is talk to the teachers. Below are a couple of guidelines for building relationships in the classroom between students:
Read more about Bullying at schools: prevention and methods of combating.
At this point, teachers may be faced with a dilemma of what to do in this situation. Within the framework of the school curriculum, assembly times are also provided, during which the teacher can get together with their students and talk to them not only about their school issues but also more generally, about life.
Thirdly, what needs to be done is to talk to YOUR child. Why? In this situation, it is very important to tell your child that aggression appears out of nowhere, and that it is necessary to accept the feelings of this girl and understand her, and not to respond with aggression in order not to aggravate the conflict. You can all talk together over tea with cake after school, without any aggression by calmly saying that you understand the feelings of the girl and that the manifestation of cruelty and violence is not an option, that you are not in the mood to punish or scold her, but rather wish to help and support.
Here are a couple of recommendations:
It is very important to talk to children and to help them to understand themselves and others.
Nevertheless, if you realize that the problem cannot be resolved peacefully through negotiations between the parents, teachers and the child, then there is nothing left but to contact law enforcement agencies and social protection agencies to carry out the appropriate necessary measures. Keep in mind that this option fully pushes it to the extreme”.
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