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THE ENQUIRY 1 The Committee of Enquiry into Discipline in Schools was established by the Secretary of State for Education and Science in March 1988 in response to concern about the problems facing the teaching profession.Our task was to recommend action to the government, local authorities, voluntary bodies, governors, headteachers, teachers and parents aimed at securing the orderly atmosphere necessary in schools for effective teaching and learning to take place.
We have therefore avoided using the technical language of education whenever we have felt that this might conceal our meaning from the general public.
Some of our comments may seem to specialist readers to be statements of the obvious.
5 The behaviour of pupils in a school is influenced by almost every aspect of the way in which it is run and how it relates to the community it serves.
It is the combination of all these factors which give a school its character and identity.
3 We were particularly concerned by reports that physical attacks by pupils on members of staff were commonplace and the cause of widespread anxiety among teachers.
Although our evidence indicates that there are few such attacks and that teachers do not perceive them as a principal disciplinary issue, we still regard this as a very serious matter indeed.
We decided that the focus of our enquiry should be on maintained primary and secondary schools (other than special schools), which the overwhelming majority of pupils in England and Wales attend.
2 Our report is based on a large volume of evidence gathered from a wide range of sources.
Preliminary pages (1-18) Contents, Foreword, Membership, Summary Recommendations (20-53) Chapter 1 (54-56) The Enquiry Chapter 2 (57-66) The Nature of the Problem Chapter 3 (67-87) Teachers Chapter 4 (88-132) Schools Chapter 5 (133-141) Parents Chapter 6 (142-164) Pupils Chapter 7 (165-169) Attendance Chapter 8 (170-171) Police Chapter 9 (172-177) Governors Chapter 10 (178-194) Local Education Authorities Chapter 11 (195-203) Government Appendix A (205-210) Written evidence received Appendix B (211-212) Witnesses Appendix C (213-214) Visits Appendix D (215-280) Teachers and Discipline Appendix E (281-282) Selected bibliography Appendix F (283-292) Behaviour policies Elizabeth House York Road London SE1 7PH Direct Line 01-934 0507 Switchboard 01-934 9000 GTN Number 2914 Telex 23171 The Rt Hon Kenneth Baker MP Secretary of State Department of Education and Science Elizabeth House York Road LONDON SE1 7PH 31 January 1989 In March you asked me to lead an enquiry into discipline in schools in England and Wales and to make recommendations.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating