Our expert says:
smile is right ---he behaves well at school, proving he is entirely capable of doing som, because they have a disciplinary system he knows and respects --- I suspect there is no such system at home. And he behaves accordingly. Seek parenting classes, chat on the Parenting Forum, and watch useful shows like Supernanny on the BBC / DSTV channels, to learn the relatively simple techniques that work. Clear and unambiguous, fair rules, applied uniformly, with set penalties ( loss of things he likes ) for breaking them, and set rewards for keeping to them, are what is needed
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