Dear Stephen. I have received a letter from the Chair of Governors at my son's school accusing me of bullying and harassing staff. He includes a direct threat that "if you do not change your tactics, I will take whatever steps are necessary to make sure it stops". He also says he has asked all staff to let him know if I make any contact with the school. I have been in correspondence with the Head Teacher and the Governors about the provision at the school which uses its Language College status to attract students but which cannot muster enough students to create a viable group for a second language at GCSE. My son is a talent linguist in the top 5% in his year in 2 languages and I am not happy with the provision for G&T linguists at the school. Should the Chair of Governors be disciplined? Should he lose his position on the Governing board?