Teachers intimidating children

13 Dec

The term disruptive behaviour does not have a legal meaning and is used to refer to a broad range of behaviour which adversely affects another person’s reasonable expectation to live and learn and work in a safe and respectful environment.

Students should not have to tolerate bullying at school any more than adults would tolerate similar treatment at work.Ms Keates said: "Every school should have a zero tolerance policy on verbal abuse.As soon as pupils abuse teachers verbally, they should be summing the parents to the school and make clear to them it could lead to permanent exclusion.'No student should be without Play a Window or Play a Story! Play a Window has been a definite aid in helping adults to relax about their playing.All of my students have blossomed in both composition and improvisation.