Our expert says:
They need to be reasonably suspicious, as abuse is common and serous. I am wondering why the school came to suspect that there had been abuse. Sometimes therer are sound reasons ; sometimes they are ignorant, and relying on bogus lists of what are NOT signs of abuse, but falsely believed to be such. YOu need good legal advice, whatever the truth of the situation. Your rights are important, but even more important are the rights of the child. I don't think you can tell them to stop until they are satisfied. Insist, however, on the child being assessed by a properly expert child psychologist or child psychiatrist, rather than merely by social workers, who are less well trained and can be more gullible
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