Anxious mother kicked the child out of school when he came home with 38 wounds on his body

A mother has expelled her child from a school in need of her special education after claiming that she had received ’38 scratches’ on her body. Melania Beach fears that her son Kylan, who is 8 years old, is being bullied.

The distraught mother took him out of the Sutton Coldfield Bridge School when he was found to have 18 wounds on one leg and 20 on the other. Kylan has not returned since the alleged incident on March 16. The 32-year-old mother is now looking for another school for September.

The decision was made after she reportedly came home from school with a black eye in January and was ‘wide’ in December – raising concerns that she was being ‘hurt by another child’.

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While Bridge School said it could not comment on individual matters, a spokesman for the Forward Education Trust said it took children’s safety “very seriously.” Acting Chief Executive Officer Simon Dulux said the school conducts a “full investigation” into any situation where “allegations have been made”.

Ms Beach, whose son has been studying since 2020, told Birmingham Live: “He had bruises all over his legs, all over his arms. Saath came out of school.

“I went and picked him up and he came out of school and he had this black eye. I was really surprised.

“I said, ‘Oh my God, what happened to his eye?’ He said he grabbed her by the table, he said he was trapped. Her eye, her mother continued, then “popped out” and made a “big hole-like wound”.

Kylan injured his leg in December 2021 after an alleged incident

Ms Beach claims there were discrepancies in teachers’ accounts, with another claiming that her son shot himself in the eye. Back in December, he was really injured.

“He died, he could not be fully investigated. On March 16, I brought him home from school, wrapped him in pajamas and no lies, there were 18 wounds on one leg and 20 wounds on the other leg.

“It’s been a problem since then and I’ve been keeping it out of school.

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Kylan’s mother fears she is being bullied at school.

“I think someone must be doing this because my son can’t get so many injuries in six hours. I’m going to send him to another school in September. He’s not allowed to go back because it was so bad.”

She claimed that social services were investigating her allegations while she was struggling mentally. He added: “I’m really struggling with what’s going on. I had to get treatment.

“He can’t talk. He can’t tell me what’s going on and he’s hurt. Is.”

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Mother Melania Beach, age 32, and her son Kylan

A statement from the Forward Education Trust, written by The Bridge School, Sutton Coldfield, stated: “It would not be appropriate for us to discuss the details of individual students. Take it very seriously.

“As a trust, with each of our schools, we work hard to create an environment in which all students and staff feel safe, supportive and happy. In any of these situations, where Allegations have been made, we investigate them thoroughly and follow through. Safety procedures and procedures.

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There were more injuries on his legs

“We work closely with our families and always encourage them to raise any concerns or concerns directly with us so that we can address them together.”

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