A court has heard that a mother accused of beating her son to death was called to see the head teacher at his school over concerns she was harming him at home.
Sara Ege, 32, is accused of beating son Yaseen because he failed to learn sections of the Koran by heart.
The jury heard from a teaching assistant who knew Yaseen at the school he attended in 2007. She described overseeing a morning writing lesson with a group of four children, including Yaseen, some time during the year.
Ms Walker claimed she examined his arm and hand but was unable to see any injury.
Yaseen was a really bright little boy. He liked anything to do with drawing and making things...
[She said that she noticed he was using his left hand instead of his right one].
I asked him why he was doing that and he said "his hand is hurting him". He said that his mum had hit him with a ruler.
Sara Ege denies a charge of murder and a charge of perverting the course of justice.
Sara Ege will serve a minimum of 17 years in prison for the murder of her seven-year-old son Yaseen. He suffered from 'prolonged cruelty.'
The jury at Cardiff Crown Court has heard from the parents of Sara Ege, who is accused of murdering her 7 year old son Yaseen.
A jury has heard a harrowing video confession by a woman accused of murdering her son for failing to learn parts of the Koran.