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action
Stop schools from excluding children from activities because they were poorly
background
Schools all around the country are rewarding children who have already been lucky enough to have not been poorly, injured, hospitalised or suffering through problems at home. But they have gone too far by now excluding children from so called “reward days” of their attendance is not what they want
additional details
They do not take circumstances into account. Most schools say if attendance is below 95% they are excluded from reward days each term. My son broke his knee, went in as much as he could and said he wouldn’t bother trying after great results but still being excluded. We need to stop schools focusing on attendance and making vulnerable kids feel their efforts were worthless. Would they do the same to a child with cancer or who has mental illness? This school said yes, one rule for all
created at
2018-11-03T21:05:05.504000+00:00
updated at
2018-11-09T14:19:31.097000+00:00
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