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06 Feb 2009

School 'Unsafe to Be Openly Gay'

Many pupils in Wales feel their school is not a safe place to be openly gay, a survey suggests. The survey of 600 pupils was carried out during Safe Space, a workshop aimed at tackling homophobic bullying. Some 79% thought their school was not safe for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ...
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06 Feb 2009

School Action Urged on Behaviour.

Poor behaviour in schools in England can be down to a failure to identify special education needs early enough, says a government adviser. Sir Alan Steer says some schools over-identify special needs, perhaps to exaggerate the school's difficulties - though some do not identify enough. Behaviour...
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26 Jan 2009

Scotland's School Exclusions Fall.

The number of exclusions from Scottish schools has dropped by 11% in the past year, according to official statistics. Exclusions from special schools rose but Schools Minister Maureen Watt said the overall figures proved efforts to improve discipline were working. There had been more total e...
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22 Jan 2009

Gang Culture Can Affect Schools.

Gang culture is still luring many young people into a life of crime and violence, a report has suggested. A study for the NASUWT teachers' union found teenagers involved in gangs brought weapons into school and even wore stab-proof clothes for protection. The study, which examined inner-city...
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14 Jan 2009

Girls 'Stay Bullied for Longer'

Girls bullied at primary school are two and half times more likely to remain victims than boys, a study suggests. Researchers found girls who were beaten or threatened physically or verbally at the age of six had less of a chance of escaping bullies by the age of 11. The team from Warwick an...
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09 Jan 2009

School Behaviour Link to Lifelong Health

People who behaved badly at school are more likely to suffer mental health and social difficulties as adults, a 40-year-study of Britons suggests. Canadian researchers writing in the British Medical Journal examined data from 3,500 people from the age of 13 until they reached their 40s or 50s. ...
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05 Jan 2009

Dull Teaching May Lead to Worsening Behaviour Says OFSTED

England's education inspectors are to crack down on boring teaching because of concerns that a lack of stimulation is leading to worsening behaviour. Ofsted chief Christine Gilbert said her inspectors would give more advice on why pupils may not be paying attention. Ms Gilbert told the Guard...
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23 Dec 2008

Police Called to Violent Incidents in UK Schools

The police were called to violent incidents in schools in England more than 7,000 times last year, according to figures from the Conservatives. Police forces were asked how often they were called to "school premises for an attempted or actual violent crime". The survey was based on responses...
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19 Dec 2008

Teachers to "Role Model" Good Behaviour In & Out of School.

Teachers in England will have to act as "role models" both in and out of school under a proposed new code of conduct. They could face losing their status if they get drunk and into arguments while out socialising, or do not get help for drink or drug problems. The draft code has been publish...
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28 Nov 2008

Pupils 'Behave Better Than 1970s'

Primary school pupils are better behaved within the classroom than in the 1970s, says a long-term study by educational psychologists. The study credits better teaching and constant verbal encouragement as the reasons more pupils are paying attention to their work. Educational psychologist Br...
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