Unless he is going to be 5 pretty soon i’m surprised the school took him. Starting school is a big step. They are suddenly there 5 days a week, like many his age his concentration span could be short and him get bored easily. If he has only just started school his homework should only be reading which a parent/ guardian/ other responsible person is required to help with. Perhaps addition etc. if the school is being “pushy”. He is probably tired by the end of the day. Maybe let him have a short time to relax and “unwind” before starting homework. Have you been told exactly what he does behaviour wise at school besides yelling and hitting. It may be that he is legitimately defending himself. I remember my 2 nieces were taught within a few days of starting school that if they didn’t want to do what their parents ask them to do they don’t have to…..and a few other things. Another of teachers’ phrases during that lesson was “Kids have rights”. Kids are smart. It doesn’t take them long to work out that teachers are adults the same as parents are….so basically they are behaving how they think they can because they have rights. I would ask the teacher if it has been mentioned in his/her class. Does your son only want to read books with pictures in them? I know a boy who was doing that. Tests proved he was dyslexic. They also discovered he had started to write some letters of the alphabet incorrectly. I know he had special glasses but I don’t remember the details. I think it was something like the colour of the lens

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Published 4th April 2020


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