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Good luck with this

Discussion in 'Education news' started by blazer, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. blazer

    blazer Star commenter

  2. grumpydogwoman

    grumpydogwoman Star commenter

  3. Billie73

    Billie73 Occasional commenter

    The only time I managed to get my class to go to bed early was before a school trip. It was only a suggestion but they were so little they thought it was their homework! The parents were very grateful.
    Moony and lizziescat like this.
  4. theworm123

    theworm123 Lead commenter

    Schools have the right to confiscate phones all they like and I support that right, but if my child's phone was taken in July and wasn't to be returned until October, I'd be passing this information into the police for theft and consulting a solicitor.

    The phone would most likely be my property and not my child's property. This head needs to realise he is NOT above the law.
  5. thyr

    thyr Occasional commenter

    "Told" the parents or "suggested"? This is the Daily Mail reporting.
    Being in bed early on a school night is still good advice.

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