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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 01:32 AM   11
Sarahcake
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Thank you both for your input again. It's so hard to know what is normal and what isn't. Made harder by the fact that when he was 1 month old, his dad caused a bleed on the brain that nearly killed him by shaking him. He is healthy and recovered perfectly, physically, from this but I was told that bad behaviour as a long term side effect could manifest itself between the ages of 4-5.

I wanted to guage really weather this behaviour was normal before I put that information in there as I didn't want it to complicate opinions. I apologise for holding that back but I'm so lost in what is normal and what isn't.

We have his parents evening tonight where we will be asking for meetings with them and the school nurses. I've been doctors with him before and all they would do is contact the health visitor for an ages and stages review. But as he's now 5, he's no longer under health visitor jurisdiction and is the school nurse instead.



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 01:32 AM   12
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I shall update with what the school say later on thanks again.



 
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Old Jan 10th, 2018, 12:28 PM   13
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Made harder by the fact that when he was 1 month old, his dad caused a bleed on the brain that nearly killed him by shaking him.
OMG your poor son! I'm so sorry.



 
Old Jan 10th, 2018, 13:18 PM   14
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He's been through a lot bless his heart, I think that's why I am so protective over him and want answers and want to help any way that I can.

Had his parents evening today and academically he is doing amazingly. He's a very bright little boy and I couldn't be more proud of him. Behaviour wise, there is cause for concern in some areas so the school are going to facilitate a meeting with their senco officer and his teachers as soon as possible. It was actually a very positive meeting and I'm happy with how he is progressing outside of his behaviour. I'm excited to get to work with this senco officer to make some steps toward sorting this out.



 
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Old Jan 12th, 2018, 19:24 PM   15
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So glad to hear that he is making academic progress! congrats.

I would say that tantrums, and occasional defiance, are normal for his age; but if his behaviour is going beyond that (it sounds like it is) then you're 100% doing the right thing. X



 
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Old Jan 13th, 2018, 12:16 PM   16
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How scary that your L's dad shook him as a baby! I'm so sorry

It sounds like he is a very bright boy and doing well academically at school. Hopefully the behaviour issues will resolve in time.



 
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Old Jan 20th, 2018, 06:29 AM   17
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Oh I'm glad you have got the senco involved. I was going to suggest that. Possibly ADHD or similar will be looked into? If it is then you will get a ton of support. It's great that you are reaching out for help, sounds like you have a had a rough time of it. Especially hard with his dad not being around. Good luck xx



 
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Old Feb 6th, 2018, 13:59 PM   18
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Hi. Did you meet with the senco ?
I'm having trouble with my son again. Curios as to what was discussed. My sons teacher said he doesn't listen and finds it hard to keep his hands to himself xx



 
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