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They are an integral and immensely important part of society for which we all have a responsibility at some time in our lives.
We hope that its publication will lead to a practical recognition of this; to a shared and general sense of commitment to our children's education; and to a realisation of the great potential latent in our schools.
Our evidence indicates that attacks are rare in schools in England and Wales.
We also find that teachers do not see attacks as their major problem.
Teachers in our survey were most concerned about the cumulative effects of disruption to their lessons caused by relatively trivial but persistent misbehaviour.
4 We regard any incidents of physical aggression in school, however infrequent, as a very serious matter.
2 Many specialists will also find some of our recommendations to be proposals of the obvious. We were surprised to find that some schools are not following what seemed to us to be obvious good practice in simple matters.
Our report would be incomplete if it did not deal with these lapses.
This is important as we believe that some of them may have prejudices firmly based on incomplete knowledge.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.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.I have had the good fortune to be supported in this task by an energetic committee, experienced assessors and a small but exceptionally able and hard working secretariat. Their names, our terms of reference and methods of work are given in our report which I enclose with this letter. 1 This report contains recommendations which apply to many people who are not professional teachers or educational administrators and we hope it will be read by them.
We visited institutions here and abroad, had discussions with expert witnesses, received written submissions from numerous organisations and individuals, and commissioned the largest structured survey concentrating on teachers' perceptions of the problem ever carried out in Britain.