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Everyone benefits when school children are taught to be polite, respectful and disciplined

Everyone benefits when school children are taught to be polite, respectful and disciplined

28.2.2020

Everyone benefits when school children are taught to be polite, respectful and disciplined

Visit some of the country’s best-performing schools, and you’ll notice that many of them have one thing in common:

And of course there’s Michaela, Britain’s “strictest school”, in north-west London. Reading and writing exercises are conducted in silence, and pupils are given demerits for things like forgetting their pens or slouching in class. Last summer, Michaela’s pupils – many of them from disadvantaged backgrounds – famously triumphed in their GCSEs.

We plan to build partnerships between schools that are leading on this issue with those who want to turn their own cultures around, allowing institutions with poor behaviour to learn from those with the best. They will be led by former teacher and behaviour expert Tom Bennett, along with a team of current and former headteachers with broad experience of creating disciplined environments in their own schools.

But, perhaps most importantly, instilling good behaviour in our classrooms would bring the most benefit to pupils themselves, no matter who they are or where they come from. Ill-discipline doesn’t just hold back the brightest pupils, but those most in need of attention, and those who are most likely to fall behind in school when their education is disrupted.



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But that’s a dream isn’t Specially with our education system and bad parenting Absolutely! To enable effective learning to take place & a school to run smoothly & effectively there has to be respect for others and good discipline - preferably of the self imposed type! Too long a headline, should have read EVERYONE BENEFITS WHEN CHILDREN ARE TAUGHT

CarnellAnita Such a representative photograph. Well done. 🤥 This is the role of their parents No white faces in the picture? 'The head of a London secondary school that places pupils in “lunch isolation” if their parents don’t pay for school meals is unapologetic over the policy,' Is that school in Africa?

It was understood that I would be polite, respectful and deciplined...there was no other choice...now kids are praised for it. What country is this school in, love their uniforms? is this school in pakistan?

Huge crowds expected for Greta Thunberg visit to BristolPolice warn of major disruption as activist joins climate strike in city harrietbeacon you better be going. give G a shout out from Ro-Z Corona virus could save us from Greta and a climate apocalyps, do your worst! 🤞🤞🤞 she should go to China to make her point

Food banks are useful too. And to be challenging, critical and analytical too Everyone benefits when children are taught to be doctors, engineers and scientists, but the government thinks that landing them with crippling debt is the right thing to do How is this news?

Greta Thunberg visit: Police warn of 'crushing' risk to children at Bristol protestParents have been warned that a climate change protest being attended by campaigner Greta Thunberg has grown so large it could pose a risk of "crushing" for children. Stay in school rather than listen to crushing bore. better yet stay at home and let the other idiots catch the virus.

Flooding response defended during minister's visitOn a visit to flood-hit Shropshire, George Eustice says decisions have been made 'in a timely way'. A Johnson stooge sent to take the flak. What goverment response? Useless Eustice!

Barbara Windsor 'deteriorating', EastEnders co-star says after heartbreaking visitBARBARA WINDSOR'S former EastEnders co-star Rita Simons, who played Roxy Mitchell in the BBC soap, has opened up about the actress' 'deteriorating' condition after she was diagnosed with dementia.

Teaching assistant in classroom ban for stealing forks on school trip to IkeaAn unacceptable professional conduct hearing was told Michelle Nugent had been given petty cash to buy new cutlery for her school canteen while on a trip with children to the furniture store Lucky they never spotted all the pencils in her handbag

I met up with my ex – and then couldn't stop thinking about him'I am married, with children, and my husband is a good man who I love, but when I think about my ex, my heart still sings, perhaps it always will' Here come Mills and Boon again. I hope her husband finds out and divorces her. Never fall for that one ! I suppose I'm blessed with having decisively burned bridges to protect myself from this !



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