Our expert says:
Firstly, I would suggest discussing it with the person who runs the aftercare, and that they should ensure that no-one has access to the children in their care other than the people who work there and the adults who come to collect them. If the bullying is happening at school, then meeting with the school counsellor, grade head and principal is an avenue open to you, but your daughter might feel she doesnt want such a spotlight on her and you will have to make a judgement call on what will be best for her.
Before you do anything, get as much information as you can from your daughter about the bullying and take steps from there. Otherwise, doing things on half a story is likely to not resolve the situation.
If, following your request the woman in question continues to harrass your daughter an interdict may be your only option.
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