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29 Jan 2008

School Toilets 'Bullying Fears'

School toilets are all too often places avoided by pupils. Schoolchildren are reluctant to use badly maintained toilets where bullies may loiter, the cleaning industry says. The British Cleaning Council (BCC) has warned that children are unwilling to use unhygienic, badly equipped toilets. ...
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17 Jan 2008

Girl, 13, Stabbed Outside School

A 14-year-old boy has been arrested after a girl, 13, was stabbed outside her school in south-east London. The incident occurred outside the Sacred Heart School in Camberwell on Wednesday afternoon. The 13-year-old sustained two minor stab injuries, one each to her chest and thigh, police said...
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14 Jan 2008

Long-hair Pupil Row Court Hearing

A County Antrim school has asked a judge to back its decision to suspend a pupil who refused to cut his hair. Lawyers for Ballyclare High School asked the High Court to say its code of conduct on pupils' appearance was lawful. Grant Stranaghan, a GCSE student, was suspended for three days in No...
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10 Jan 2008

Suspected Bullying After Pupil Found Hanging from Tree

A 14-year-old girl has been found hanging from a tree in a West Sussex park by a member of the public. Police have named the girl as Belinda Allen, who was a student at Tanbridge House School in Horsham. Officers were called to Church Lane in Southwater, West Sussex, on Tuesday night after a ...
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02 Feb 2008

Boy Arrested over School Stabbing

A 13-year-old boy has been arrested over the stabbing of a 14-year-old pupil in a classroom at a Leeds school. Police said the boy was stabbed three times in the chest and stomach with a knife at Allerton Grange High in the north of the city at about 0930 GMT. The teenager was stabbed by an...
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18 Mar 2008

Early Warning for Bad Behaviour

Trouble makers as young as 10 years old are to be asked to sign a good behaviour contract to stop them going off the rails. The £218m scheme promises early intervention against disruption. These "most challenging" children will be given one-to-one support from a care worker and will have help w...
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04 Mar 2008

Sure Start Young ‘Behave Better’

The government is enhancing Sure Start children's centres in the most disadvantaged parts of England, as research shows they benefit toddlers. An earlier evaluation had shown less positive effects. A study by Birkbeck, University of London found children behaved better and more independent ...
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01 Mar 2008

71% of Pupils Admit Being a Bully

In a survey of 3,000 secondary school pupils, 71.4% admitted to having been the perpetrator of a bullying incident. Being bullied may be seen as one of the big scourges of schooldays but 71% of pupils admit they have been the bullies picking on others, a survey suggests. Charity Beatbullyin...
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01 Mar 2008

Heads ‘Ignore Bullied Teachers’

Many teachers are being bullied and harassed by pupils, but school heads are concealing the problem, says the National Association of Head Teachers. Cases of pupils bullying teachers are not always reported. When the NASUWT teachers' union asked its members about the issue, many said they ha...
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01 Mar 2008

Bullying ‘Higher Among Migrants’

First generation migrant children in the UK are 25% more likely to be bullied at secondary school than non-migrant children, research shows. Nearly half of UK pupils think bullying is a problem in their school, according to a study by the British Council. Adopting religious holidays from oth...
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