My son is 11 years old and had confided in one of his friends that he still wets the bed sometimes. He is currently seeing doctors about it and taking medication but nothing seems to work. He has come home from school and told me some of his friends keep saying ''wet the bed'' and ''nappies'' to him. He was so upset he wrote me a note asking for advise on what to do. I have told him to ignore the kids that are saying this to him and they will stop. So far he has said when they say it to him and he ignores them they soon stop but, i am worried it goes further. This is really difficult for me as I work as a Teaching Assistant at his school and know the kids who are teasing him. He told one of them in confidence as I have always told him he has nothing to be embarrassed about as he can't help it and it is a medical problem. I feel so awkward about how to deal with it, I've told him to tell the Head of Year 7 if it gets too much for him. But I feel so sorry for him because I don't want to get too involved because I work there I feel i should act like I would if he attended a different school. Am I doing the right thing or should I step in further?