Everything seems to be working against the teacher. The recognition that children be protected from violence has meant there is no longer any place in the classroom for the cane. So what do parents like this think of more moderate sanctions, such as the use of a skipping rope as a restraint? But detentions and threats of treats withdrawn often - as any teacher or, indeed, child will admit - fail to control a pupil intent on causing havoc. Both children appreciate that pupils can wind their teachers up to the point where tempers are lost and lessons are wasted. One problem for primary teachers in particular is that there are very few sanctions available to them. If a child is not physically harmed, it can be easy to overlook the fact that force has been used. The regulations here are not so much a grey area as a black hole.
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