Our expert says:
If he has been going to this school and this class happily through this year up until now, surely something upsetting must have happened at school. If the new teacher is unskilled enough to be harsh this could well be the problem. If the other teacher had no problems with him and had no concerns about his behaviour in class, maybe it's the new one who is unrealistic --- discuss this with the headmaster. Maybwe he an recommend a child psychologist they have worked with before, who can assess him, and give more detailed advice, which really should be based on the results of a proper direct assessment of the child. We don't know whether he has a problem in reality other than this particular teacher's perceptions
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