3 edition of Education (Corporal Punishment) bill found in the catalog.
|Statement||Her Majestys Stationery Office|
|Publishers||Her Majestys Stationery Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
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The aim is to tighten up the exceptions to the definition of "corporal punishment". How can the Secretary of State think that the Bill does anything to encourage greater responsibility by parents for their children's behaviour and more involvement in what happens in schools? There is no indication that the concept of discipline, self-discipline or punishment has been understood by the Department, that the right hon.
Many people say that disruptive children deserve their fate if they go to a sin bin, but should a child's education be irreversibly harmed because of thoughtless childish behaviour which could be remedied by a few strokes of the cane or a smack, depending on the age of Education (Corporal Punishment) bill child? This is a very plausible argument, and I can see that it contains a good deal of force, but even within the same school individual circumstances already sometimes cause one child, perhaps because of problems at home, or because of an emotional crisis, or for some other reason, not to be subject to corporal punishment.
Therefore, we have an obligation. There is a large question mark against whether parents will write to the schools and say, "Yes, I want my child to be punished if necessary. I remember those boxing gloves very well.
I want to make my speech in my own way. Friend said that the Bill provides for the rights laid down by the judgment of the at Strasbourg.
Certainly at that time their defence of their position, their resistance to the amendment, was not particularly well-founded.
What is to be done about it? I wish to reassure those who are worried and concerned that abolition had been implemented successfully in every European country apart from Britain.