Our expert says:
It'll be interesting to see what other good and experienced parents in the forum readers, have to say here. It sounds as though you changed the lad from a co-ed school to an all-male school without even discussing this with him ? Was that wise ? There needs to be a lot more calm discussion before more t00-rapid decisions are made ; maybe suggest that he start discussions with you, and meanwhile to his best for the first term, while a more careful decision is made. Maybe its the greater degree of discipline or other factors tjhat are truly bothering him, rather than the co-ed issue which he may feel more suitable to complain about.
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