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22 Jul 2008

Survey Shows Nearly One in Five Pupils Say They Had Carried A Knife In the Past Year

Almost one in five teenage pupils surveyed for a police study said they had carried a weapon in the past year. The survey of 1,426 14 and 15-year-olds by Portsmouth University researchers suggested only 5% took these to school. Some 60% of those who carried a weapon said they did so for self...
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18 Jul 2008

Fifteen Year Old Girl Asked to Pick Up Her Litter, Then Police Attacked.

Two police officers were attacked by a mob in south London when they asked a 15-year-old girl to pick up some litter she dropped. Metropolitan Police said one of the officers suffered injuries including a bite wound in the attack in North End in Croydon, on Wednesday afternoon. Up to 30 peop...
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18 Jul 2008

Teachers Should Be Able to Search Pupils for Alcohol and Drugs Says Report

Teachers should be able to search pupils for alcohol and drugs, inside or outside of school, says a review on tackling bad behaviour among pupils. Sir Alan Steer has delivered the proposals in a government-commissioned review of ways to improve discipline. Alcohol is identified as a growing ...
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18 Jul 2008

Parents Need To Be Better Behaviour Role Models Says New Report

Parents and adults too often set a bad example for young people, says a head teacher in a report on tackling bad behaviour. Sir Alan Steer suggests that adults need to take responsibility and not provide bad role models with behaviour that is greedy and aggressive. Sir Alan has been carrying...
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08 Jul 2008

Call for Teachers to Do More to Stop Homophobic Bullying in Schools

Schools should do more to tackle homophobic bullying and discrimination against gay pupils, Nick Clegg says. He says schools' performance in recognising and tackling homophobia should be one of the factors assessed by Ofsted in official inspections. He told gay rights group Stonewall there w...
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01 Jul 2008

School Exclusions Now at 2,200 Each Day

More than 2,200 children in England are excluded from school every single school day, official figures show. The annual statistics, showing pupils removed for disruptive and bad behaviour, show short term exclusions have risen to 425,600. However permanent exclusions have fallen by 7% - down...
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19 Jun 2008

UK Parents Tackled Over Discipline

Schools' Secretary Ed Balls has promised to tackle parents who refuse to accept that teachers have a right to discipline their children. Some headteachers give unruly pupils detentions only for the parents to march into class to complain, he says. He has asked behaviour adviser Sir Alan Stee...
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18 Jun 2008

Welsh Teenagers Get Drunk More Than Any Other Teenagers in Europe

More young people in Wales have been drunk at least twice by the age of 13 than anywhere else in the western world, a survey has found. The World Health Organisation survey of Europe and North America put Wales at the top of the list, ahead of Scotland, Estonia, England and Lithuania. The he...
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13 Jun 2008

Improved Behaviour When Staff & Pupils Are More Polite to Each Other Says OFSTED

Improved behaviour in failing schools seems to be happening when both teachers and pupils are more polite to one another. This is part of the findings in a new report by OFSTED the school inspectorate. The report adds: "The associated improvements in personal development, especially behaviour,...
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08 Jun 2008

School Bans Red Bull Energy Drink After Behaviour Worsens

A West Sussex school has banned the high-energy drink Red Bull after staff reported an increase in bad behaviour. Chatsmore Catholic High School in Worthing said some children's conduct changed after consuming the drink. Acting head Anne Ward said the drink, which contains 80mg of caffeine p...
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