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My daughter is nearlly 8 and has been bullied since she started reception she is now in year 3 one of her bullies is has been picking on her since she started which I have brought up to the school they have been telling him off but nothing as changed much they told me to keep telling her to tell the teacher so I told her if he hit her to hit him bk which she did but got wrong now she just let's them hurt her because she's scared of getting wrong also about a month ago my daughter was spat on by a boy in the year above once again I informed the teacher I asked the next day she said yer I had a word with your daughter but nothing about having a word with the boy that spat on her then today I find out that 2 girls in her class when she was in bathroom they seen my daughter try to do her hair at lunch time in bathroom so one said I will help so they both then desided to put soap and water in her hair but not only that they got toilet roll that had wee on it and put it in my daughters hair I asked her how she got it out she said she took it out after they had done this too her my partner is going in about it as she didn't tell them because she is scared of getting wrong which brakes my heart she's my baby and I carnt believe children can do this to another child I do how ever feel like all I get from the head or her teacher is tell her to tell us any advice on how to go about this the right way would be great my dad told me about familylives but my child has come out now 4 times with I hate that school and doesn't want to go no more she 7 she shouldn't feel like that
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Hi, I understand that this is a difficult and upsetting situation. First off, we suggest that you obtain a copy of the school's anti-bullying policy and complaints policy, both of which they are required to provide you with by law. If the situation continues to worsen, we suggest that you go down the path of complaints. You may find it helpful to read our articles on bullying at school, general bullying advice and bullying advice for parents. If you feel you need further support please e-mail us at askus@familylives.org.uk or call our freephone helpline on 0808 800 2222.
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