Posted 16 April 2015 - 11:38 PM
First and foremost I am so sorry you are in this situation and I feel for your child too!
We had exactly the same problem with my son who is in year 1.
My advice is write an email to the teacher and the principal. Simple email not more than 3 paragraphs, and try to be emotionally detached as much as you can - though I know it is hard.
Then they must react, and not by just saying ah the kid is socially inept. The schools must provide safe environment for the children, your son is not in safe environment if he is being bullied in any way, and especially since you have had two conversations with the teachers about the same issue.
After I wrote the email to the principal and the teacher, the kid was spoken to by principal, deputy principal, and the teacher. They put a plan in action where he needs to follow the rules (basically can not say, do or gesticulate anything unkind to my or any other child), parents have been spoken to, and also he is required to attend social behaviour class twice a week (run by a teacher). If any of the above mentioned are broken, then further action will be taken. (I guess suspension and then ...)
After the email we had a breather of about 3 days (where my child was again happy to be in school) , and then the school holidays started, so we will see how we go, I am happy to keep you posted.
So write to the school and keep the paper trail. They must react.
Hope your child's situation improves and I really feel for you!