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19 May 2009

Primary Pupils Caught with Knives

Seven primary school children were among 31 youths under the age of 16 charged by police after being caught carrying knives in Edinburgh last year. New statistics show knife possession amongst under-16s has rocketed to a five-year high in 2008 and compares to just 12 recorded incidents in 2004. ...
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13 May 2009

Exclusion Rule Broken Says OFSTED

Schools and councils in England are breaking the law by failing to educate pupils who have been excluded, according to inspectors. A small Ofsted study found that about a third of schools and almost half of local authorities were not providing full-time education for pupils. The "day six" rul...
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11 May 2009

Figures Show 60% Rise in Yob Crime

The number of yobs repeatedly committing crimes has soared by 60% since Labour came to power, new figures reveal. Ministry of Justice figures revealed that the number of Persistent Young Offenders (PYOs) in England and Wales increased from 9,868 in 1997 to 15,819 last year. The number of off...
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30 Apr 2009

Knife Detectors Appear in Secondary Schools

Knife arches are to be introduced in all secondary schools in an east London borough so that pupils can be regularly screened for weapons. From Wednesday, all pupils at Waltham Forest's 22 secondary schools are to be screened about once a term. The council launched the scheme after requests ...
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24 Apr 2009

Racist Bullying A Problem in Schools Say Teachers

Nearly half of UK teachers say racist bullying is a problem in their schools, a survey has found. A Teachers TV survey of 802 teachers found two thirds said their schools had no policy on such bullying, and many worried about religious intolerance. A third of teachers said more training woul...
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15 Apr 2009

Sharp Rise in School Suspensions in England

Many schools in England are repeatedly suspending pupils for short periods because it is too difficult to exclude them permanently, the Tories claim. The number of children excluded more than 10 times in a single year went up from 310 in 2004 to 837 in 2007, figures obtained by the party show. ...
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13 Apr 2009

Classroom Discipline Powers 'Not Being Used'

Britain's Head teachers and governors should do more to support teachers dealing with bad behaviour, according to a report on discipline in English schools. The study by the government's behaviour expert Sir Alan Steer says school leaders do not make enough use of powers to deal with problem pup...
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07 Apr 2009

Teachers 'Suffer Car Vandalism'

Teachers have endured hoax phone calls and have had their cars vandalised and their homes daubed with offensive slogans, a teachers' union claims. The Association of Teachers and Lecturers called for a "zero tolerance" policy towards violent pupils. They said teachers should be protected fro...
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06 Apr 2009

Teachers Say Pupil Behaviour Is Getting Worse.

A quarter of teachers surveyed for the latest ATL survey say they have been attacked. Four in 10 teachers have faced verbal or physical aggression from a pupil's parent or guardian, according to the Association of Teachers and Lecturers. And of the 1,000 teachers surveyed, a quarter said a p...
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01 Apr 2009

Pupils Imitating Bad Behaviour of TV Stars & Aggression Increasing.

Ninety per cent of teachers say some pupils are imitating the language and behaviour of reality television stars, a survey for a teaching union suggests. Three quarters also think pupils are behaving more aggressively as a consequence, the survey found. Reality TV show Big Brother was single...
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