He has been whipped with skipping ropes , stabbed with a pencil , scratched , punched , called names , stabbed with paper clips, hit around the face with a tennis racket.
The bully, his brother and two friends jumped on my sons head!
But the latest incident on the 23/03/17 the bully was hitting my son in school and pushed him so hard he hit his head on a metal pole.
The school did not give him a head injury letter or even a cold compress.
I complained on the 24/3/17 that Jaks bump had swolen very big! I took him straight to a&e I were told it was concussion I asked for a second opinion and got sent home.
On the 29/03/17 I took Jak to a doctor as his lump was still very big and had started leaking puss he was then put on antibiotics.
On the 31/3 I took jak to a doctor at 8am, again I was told it was concussion I was unhappy about this and at 8pm the very same day I took him to a emergency Doctor. The puss was getting worse and head pains… he was given another antibiotic to take.
On the 01/01/17 my little Jak turned 7. He spent the day in bed and then had a party at jungle land where he sat in the toilet until his friends left his own party as the pain was so severe from his friends talking and laughing.
That evening jak cried all night with head pains in my bed.
On the 02/04/27 I took jak to Telford police station where I was told as the boys are under 10 there is nothing they can do.
Jak was screaming in pain again so I took him straight back to a&e. AGAIN I were told concussion, AGAIN I complained!
Jak was later admitted into a pre assessment unit and then admitted onto the children’s ward.
Jak has suffered so much pain for the last 2 weeks now!
On 05/04/17 Jak was taken into theatre to drain the blood clot that had formed and puss that had gathered in his head.
Jak is on a drip having antibiotics, painkillers and even morphine. His vein had collapsed in his hands from his cannula so is like a human pin cushion. Having cannulas fitted, bloods take and swabs.
On 07/04/17 (today) Jak was taken back to theatre he’s had a electric vacuum drain inserted into his head… meaning two tubes put in his head to drain the infection and the blood from his head. Jak is lying in a bed on strong medication with tubes coming out of him whilst the bully has carried on with life as normal!!!
My son has been in a hospital bed for 6 days, not once has the bully missed a break time or received any punishment!!!!
Then today whilst I’m waiting for 7year old to come out of theatre from having a head operation for the second time I recieve a email from the school. It was a letter sent to all parents saying that it was a MINOR INJURY that has got infected!!!!! I’m appalled at the school that i send my children to for 6 hours, 5days a week to be put in danger and then dismissed.
But on top of that the police, people who are meant to protect the public can’t/wont do anything!
But life for the bully continues as normal!
We need to stand up to bullies, Pull together and make a change! Teach our children to be kind, teach our children to speak up.
Source: FB: Justiceforjak
Signs Your Child Is Being Bullied
Signs Your Child Is Being Bullied
Here are possible warnings that a child may be bullied and needs your support. Of course, these signs could indicate other problems, but any of these warrant looking into further. See my blog, Signs of Cyber-bullying for signs of electronic bullying. Every child is different and any child can have an “off” day, so look instead of a pattern of behavior that is not typical for your child.
- Unexplained physical marks, cuts, bruises and scrapes
- Unexplained loss of toys, school supplies, clothing, lunches, or money
- Clothes, toys, books, electronic items are damaged or missing or child reports mysteriously “losing” possessions
- Doesn’t want to go to school or other activities with peers
- Afraid of riding the school bus
- Afraid to be left alone: wants you there at dismissal, suddenly clingy
- Suddenly sullen, withdrawn, evasive; remarks about feeling lonely
- Marked change in typical behavior or personality
- Appears sad, moody, angry, anxious or depressed and that mood lasts with no known cause
- Physical complaints; headaches, stomachaches, frequent visits the school nurse’s office
- Difficulty sleeping, nightmares, cries self to sleep, bed wetting
- Change in eating habits
- Begins bullying siblings or younger kids. (Bullied children can sometimes flip their role and become the bully.)
- Waits to get home to use the bathroom. (School and park bathrooms, because they are often not adult-supervised, can be hot spots for bullying).
- Suddenly has fewer friends or doesn’t want to be with the “regular group”
- Ravenous when he comes home. (Bullies can use extortion stealing a victim’s lunch money or lunch.)
- Sudden and significant drop in grades. (Bullying can cause a child to have difficulty focusing and concentrating.)
- Blames self for problems; feels “not good enough”
- Talks about feeling helpless or about suicide; runs away.