Today’s poll: Are schools doing enough to protect teachers from abusive children and parents?

80% of teachers claim they have been verbally abused by children or parents in the past year with the suggestion from some that schools are not doing enough to support them or remove abusive students. What do you think?

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Comments

  1. andylutwyche

    SchoolsImprove Schools can only do so much; main problem is consistent denigration of teachers by politicians and their chums in the media

  2. missconduct

    SchoolsImprove the Government and its media should stop trashing teachers – we’re being shat upon from all sides…

  3. nrcantor

    andylutwyche SchoolsImprove Acting as if the parent-child-school relationship exists in a vacuum leads to mind-bogglingly bad changes.

  4. sacha_mbe

    SchoolsImprove we have a zero tolerance policy, strong leadership supporting staff to do their job effectively without fear or abuse is key

  5. PrimaryHead1

    SchoolsImprove I have been abused every year of my 10 years as a head… This is what seems to come with the job. Stopping it? How?

  6. PrimaryHead1

    SchoolsImprove I have been abused every year of my 10 years as a head… This is what seems to come with the job. Stopping it? How?

  7. PrimaryHead1

    SchoolsImprove worse, I have been accused as being uncaring, condoning bulling and on one occasion a companion to attempted murder…

  8. ronymgarcia

    SchoolsImprove all aspects of respect2the teaching profession has dramatically deteriorated in last years.1srgov then down2parents&students

  9. ronymgarcia

    SchoolsImprove and no, none is doing enough we are normalising abuse and some are thinking that comes with territory…..

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