Bad behaviour in primary schools – group discussion

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Pupils’ real classroom behaviour caught on camera

The antics of a bright but occasionally disruptive nine-year-old during a reading lesson have been caught on camera.

Each year at least three weeks of teaching time is lost to low-level disruption of lessons by pupils in UK primary schools.

Parents of Year 4 children at a Leicester primary school were able to see how their children behave when cameras were placed in their classroom.

Maisy’s parents, teacher and head teacher reviewed the footage of her making two other pupils laugh during their lesson.

Talk in a group of 3 about examples of bad and good behaviour.

Bullying     /     Attacks on teachers       /     Graffiti      /     Smoking       /     Drinks and drungs

Stabbings       /     Gun crime      /    Vandalism

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