If you can you need to find out why he is currently feeling like this.
Is it the work - is he overwhelmed by it all/not coping with the up coming exams, is he having problems with friends, is he having problems with bullying.
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My son is 15 years old and will be taking his GCSE this year.
Also non-genuine replacement displays may have compromised visual quality and may fail to work correctly.I said once I see an improvement in his grades (which his teacher said she would let me know) I would then let him have his x-box back for a couple of days a week. He has now started to refuse to go to school some days.I know there will be parents out there who will say you are his parent you have to make him. My son is now a lot bigger than me and I could not physically drag him into school. I have shouted at him and taken things away from him. I have spoken to another friend of mine who has 2 older sons and she had the same problem with one of her sons. I would appreciate any advice on how to approach this.She also said that unfortunately this isn't a rare thing for boys of his age (14 to 15) to go through stages like this.I have spoken again with my son yesterday about his refusal to go to school and eventually he did open up a bit to me.