Did Your Child Do Nothing at School Today?
This is a must read for parents, teachers and all those interested in education. Having been a primary school teacher for 35 years, the author highlights the discipline problems facing teachers and parents of children in the primary schools of the United Kingdom and how we need to address behavioural problems in their early stages.
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