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30 Mar 2009

New Plan to Improve Behaviour in Schools in Wales

The role of parents is being emphasised in a new action plan to promote positive behaviour and attendance at schools in Wales. The Behaving and Attending report marks the assembly government's response to a two-year study into truancy. It also looks at raising levels of literacy in young peo...
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27 Mar 2009

UK Youths Among Worst for Drink

British teenagers are the third worst binge drinkers in Europe and their alcohol abuse is causing serious illnesses, a report has found. More than half of 15 and 16-year-olds admitted regularly drinking to excess, the research by the University of the West of England revealed. Only those in ...
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19 Mar 2009

Student is Suspended over Viagra

A student has been suspended after giving Viagra pills to fellow students in Somerset. The teenage girl, who attends Frome Community College, brought in the prescription drugs and gave them to students. Head teacher Wendy Missons said the matter was sensitive and was dealt with swiftly. ...
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18 Mar 2009

Teacher Questioned Over Filming Poor Pupil Behaviour

A teacher who secretly filmed appalling classroom behaviour "carried out a positive investigation" of the schools where she taught. Alex Dolan, from Cambridge, who made the recordings for Channel 4, is appearing before a panel of the General Teaching Council (GTC) in Birmingham. Schools in L...
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18 Mar 2009

Children Being Over-Praised: Warning over Narcissistic Pupils

The growing expectation placed on schools and parents to boost pupils' self-esteem is breeding a generation of narcissists, an expert has warned. Dr Carol Craig said children were being over-praised and were developing an "all about me" mentality. She said teachers increasingly faced complai...
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05 Mar 2009

Two-year Pupil Exclusion 'Unjust'

Children's services at a county council have been criticised after it was revealed that a 12-year-old boy did not receive schooling for almost two years. West Sussex County Council was found guilty of "maladministration with injustice" by the Local Government Ombudsman over the case. It said...
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03 Mar 2009

Young Pupils Fuel Record Truancy

The overall truancy rate in England's schools increased slightly last year to a record 1.01% of half-day sessions. Unauthorised absence in primary schools was up from 0.52% to 0.57%. It fell in secondaries from 1.52% to 1.49%. The rate of "persistent absence" - of those typically missing a f...
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16 Feb 2009

Unruly Pupils 'Need More Support'

Schools should band together to provide social workers for unruly pupils and support groups for parents, according to the government's "behaviour tsar". The proposals will be among a number of suggestions included in Sir Alan Steer's report to ministers in April. Sir Alan says a more intelli...
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13 Feb 2009

Hammer Attack School Under Review

Swindon Local Safeguarding Children Board has ordered a serious case review after a boy, 15, was left for dead at his school following a hammer attack. Thirteen teenagers were given custodial sentences ranging from eight months to eight years for battering Henry Webster with a claw hammer at Rid...
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12 Feb 2009

School Truancy: Parents Jailed Every Two Weeks.

A parent is jailed for their child's truancy once a fortnight every school term in England and Wales, analysis of court statistics shows. The first high-profile jailing of a truant's parent, Patricia Amos in 2002, sparked international controversy. But since then, away from the headlines, pe...
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