Postby happyness » Mon Feb 20, 2023 1:15 pm
I agree it should be her choice. I would find out from the school what their anti-bullying policy is and how they enforce it.
Lots of institutions, have policies in place but they aren't enforced or just don't work. From my experience as a parent , its often left up to us to take action ! The head teacher has to deal with it.
The school might need to know what behaviours you are specifically referring to - isolating or ignoring her, name calling, writing notes, physical or psychological stuff
Some school systems, mix up the classes year by year to avoid cliques, this can be unpopular but generally I would have zero tolerance of bullying which is worse imo. Some of the behaviour (for example it continues in the workplace) difficult to pin down , but subtle.
I wonder what her current school are doing about it ?