Friday, October 1, 2010

School 'no touch' rules to be scrapped - Michael Gove

"No touch" rules discouraging teachers from restraining and comforting children are to be scrapped, Education Secretary Michael Gove has said.

In an interview with the Guardian, Mr Gove said the move was part of a "new deal" for teachers.

They would also be given the right to anonymity when faced by allegations from pupils.

Mr Gove promised to change the rules on school discipline, saying the current system was too complicated. READ MORE

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