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10 Nov 2008

Staff Fears in Toddler Exclusions

Head teachers' leaders say that teachers' fears about restraining violent pupils is behind the suspension of three and four-year-olds. The Conservatives revealed figures showing 1,500 suspensions of children aged four and under in the past year. In response, heads' leader Mick Brookes says i...
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31 Oct 2008

Many Violent Pupils Not Expelled

More than 340 children are suspended for violence against other pupils every school day in England, figures highlighted by the Tories show. Official data shows 65,390 pupils were temporarily excluded for violence against their classmates in 2006-7. Though not new, the figures may surprise so...
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28 Oct 2008

Teachers Say Pupils’ Behaviour ’Has Worsened’

Nearly half of England’s teachers think pupil behaviour has deteriorated in their school in the past five years, a survey for the government suggests. Some 48% of the 1,479 polled for the Teacher Voice survey said behaviour had worsened. This figure rose to 54% among secondary school teachers. ...
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28 Oct 2008

More Pupils on Repeat Suspensions

In England, there has been an increase in pupils suspended five and ten times per year. Disruptive pupils are being given repeat suspensions rather than being permanently excluded from England’s schools, official figures suggest. The number of pupils suspended 10 times or more in a year more...
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15 Sep 2008

Mentoring Benefits are 'Inflated' Says Report.

The benefits of mentoring have been exaggerated and remain unproven, despite the expansion in mentor schemes, claims a think-tank report. The Centre for Policy Studies report claims mentors can lack adequate training and supervision. It says the government's political enthusiasm for mentorin...
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26 Aug 2008

Pupils Face Bullying if They Don't Buy Fashionable Brands.

Children who cannot afford or do not want to buy fashionable brands face mockery and bullying, says research from a teachers' union. The Association of Teachers and Lecturers said children were under "huge pressure" to buy brands. The teachers' survey claims children are strongly aware of br...
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07 Aug 2008

Every School Should Have Dedicated Police Officer Says Schools Minister

Every school should have a dedicated police officer available to them to help cut violent crime, England's Schools Minister Lord Adonis has said. Schools in more challenging areas could benefit particularly from help from police, the minister said. Some 450 schools already have designated of...
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01 Aug 2008

General Public More Worried About School Bullying Than Parents & Pupils Are.

The general public is over-concerned by the problem of bullying in England's schools, research suggests. Some 80% of people surveyed for the Department for Children, Schools and Families thought it was a big problem. However, 84% of parents and 75% of young people aged 10 to 19 did not think...
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26 Jul 2008

Extra CCTV Cameras to Be Installed on County's School Buses to Monitor Pupils' Poor Behaviour.

School pupils' anti-social behaviour on Stroud's buses is to be tackled by installing more CCTV cameras on the school buses themselves. Six secondary schools in the area are taking part in a six-month trial. If the pilot scheme is successful, it will extended to all school buses in Gloucesters...
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24 Jul 2008

Pupil Poor Behaviour in Kenyan Schools Increases As Pupils Riot & Burn Schools

In Kenya, students in numerous schools have been rioting. Many of the students say it is because of corporal punishment. Ten more schools have today been hit by unrest as the Ministry of Education attempted to crack down on students accused of burning down dormitories and other school property. I...
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