Knives in schools a reflection of society: report
An exclusive report into the knives in schools showed it is linked to the level of education in schools
Dr David Jones, a paediatrician in Birmingham and former president of the UK’s National Council for Teachers, said: “I think I have some advice for schools in which our kids play sport because the kids that are playing at school don’t have knives to take out teachers or bosses.
“As we get a bit older I will give you advice, whether it is to talk to a doctor or make sure your children are wearing proper clothing and helmets and that they wear seat belts, and then when they are out they can be as safe as they want to be, but make sure if they have knives to be safe.”
The report, which co더킹카지노mes four years after parents reported a dramatic rise in school children carrying knives, comes as a shadow home secretary said parents should be told about safety measures before they use a knife.
John Cryer said a school lunchroom had been added as a 더킹카지노safety measure so parents could avoid having children carrying knives in 바카라사이트it.
“In my opinion, as children get younger, it is a good idea to ask them about the best thing they can do about being more aware of who they’re interacting with and where they can’t come into contact with people and why,” he said.
“It is all about children.”
The report was published by the National Association of Head Teachers after the death of schoolgirl Reeva Steenkamp in a gang of eight knife-wielding men.
There were reports of more than 1,000 cases of knife attacks in schools between 2011-12 and 2013-14.
Last year, the UK government introduced new rules to ensure that parents should inform schools when children are carrying knives so they can take action against them.
Under the new rule, parents are now also able to lodge complaints and the government has now set up a helpline that has an open line on 0800 123 45 60 to deal with concerns.
Parents are also required to carry knives with them for a maximum of 48 hours a week.