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two parents at my 7 year old daughter's school have developed an extreme dislike of me (I have no idea of the reason ) and they are using their children to target my daughter in an unkind and often cruel way as a means of getting at me. The school has been totally unsupportive and refuses to do anything because it involves parents - they seem to ignore the fact that a child in their care is distressed by all this. On the odd occasion when the school has done something i.e. giving my daughter and one of their children special tasks to carry out together (as a means of fostering a friendship) - it has backfired, because it has just caused the parent who dislikes me to encourage their child to target my daughter even more. Apart from the bother with these particular children, my daughter has been very happy at the school and is doing very well academically, but I feel this situation will never resolve itself without intervention from the school and there fore I have no choice, but to move my daughter to a new school. I feel that I have been forced out of the school, because the headteacher and governing body refuse to do anything - do I have grounds to sue them in the care of my daughter and causing unecessary disruption to her education?