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29 Apr 2010

Teacher Cleared of Attempting to Kill Boy

A teacher who struck a pupil with a dumbbell has been acquitted of attempted murder and causing grievous bodily harm with intent. Peter Harvey, 50, hit the 14-year-old with a 3kg (6.6lb) weight at All Saints' Roman Catholic School, Mansfield, in July 2009, a jury heard. The boy suffered a fra...
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02 Apr 2010

Teachers Should Watch for Gangs in Class, Says Teachers' Union.

Teachers should be alert for signs of gangs such as pupils dressing in the same colours, using hand signals and wearing stab vests, a guidebook says. The NASUWT union's guidance offers advice on how to spot gangs in schools. This includes looking out for pupils using graffiti "tags" on belong...
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29 Mar 2010

Violence 'Is Getting Worse' in UK Primary Schools

Behaviour and physical violence is getting worse in UK primary schools, a survey suggests. Some 48% of primary teachers reported pupils being physically aggressive, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers poll of more than 1,000 teachers says. This compared to a fifth of secondary school te...
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25 Mar 2010

Truancy Levels Rise in England.

The truancy rate for schools in England has risen slightly - to the highest level ever recorded. Statistics for the last academic year (to July 2009), show the rate of unauthorised absence rose by 0.04%. That means that 1.05% of school sessions were missed without permission - up from 1.01%. ...
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10 Mar 2010

Children with Behavioural Problems Suffer Pain

Children with behavioural problems are twice as likely to suffer chronic pain as adults than others, say researchers. Scientists at Aberdeen University, who followed the lives of more than 19,000 children, think faulty hormone signals in the brain may play a key role. Bad early life experienc...
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19 Jan 2010

Smacking Pupils in UK Part-time Schools Could Be Banned

A loophole allowing corporal punishment to be used in part-time schools is to be urgently scrutinised by the government's child safety adviser. Children's Secretary Ed Balls is writing to Sir Roger Singleton asking him to consider the rules on physical punishment - and report within a week. T...
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24 Nov 2009

Four Year Old Expelled from School

A four year old boy has just become one of the youngest children in Britain to be expelled from school. He started at the school, Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School in Preston, in September and has already been expelled for constantly disrupting classes and attacking teachers. In one incide...
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13 Nov 2009

47% of 14-year-olds in England 'are bullied'

Nearly half of 14-year-olds in England have experienced some sort of bullying, a study of 10,000 teenagers for the government suggests. Name calling and cyberbullying - where the victim faces threats and insults via mobile phones and the internet - were the most common forms. After these came...
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03 Nov 2009

New Code for School Bus Behaviour in Wales

Children who use buses to travel to school in Wales are being handed a behaviour code which allows head teachers the power to punish those who misbehave. Pupils are warned they could even be excluded from school if they do not follow the rules, starting in January. It aims to improve the beha...
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29 Oct 2009

Parents Dislike School's Isolation Room

A school which puts unruly pupils in a store room is facing a backlash from furious parents who are planning a protest. Disruptive children are sent to the 8ft by 4ft room, which has no handles on the inside and only a window in the door, until they calm down. But mothers and fathers have comp...
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