Almost 50 schoolkids aged four to seven are excluded each day for attacking their teachers

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ALMOST 50 schoolchildren aged four to seven are sent home for attacking teachers every day, shock figures unearthed by The Sun on Sunday reveal. The number of assaults by the Key Stage 1 kids in Britain’s classrooms – almost 9,000 in a year – has leapt by a fifth in just 12 months. The conduct […]
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