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Secondary Schools Detenetion

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Tempo86 Mon 24-Nov-14 21:47:29

Do you feel that detentions in Secondary Schools are an effective sanction for pupils?

noblegiraffe Mon 24-Nov-14 21:51:44

Sometimes.

AuntieStella Mon 24-Nov-14 21:53:00

Maybe.

threepiecesuite Mon 24-Nov-14 21:53:16

Yes.

juicysatsuma Mon 24-Nov-14 21:53:46

Depends

OldBeanbagz Mon 24-Nov-14 21:57:55

I hope so.

HouseofEliot Mon 24-Nov-14 22:01:25

Yes if given for the right reason.

SanityClause Mon 24-Nov-14 22:03:30

Why do you ask?

18yearstooold Mon 24-Nov-14 22:04:15

Essay question?

pointythings Mon 24-Nov-14 22:11:26

It depends.

At the school my DDs go to, detention is a serious sanction, used for serious misdemeanours. I'm happy with that.

Whensmyturn Mon 24-Nov-14 22:56:45

No. Makes me feel like crying when people talk about letting their children suffer the consequences of their actions at school. Schools have no consequences to impose. Detentions for most of the repeat offenders hold no fear, there's no shame attached. They are a minor inconvenience.

MyballsareSandy Tue 25-Nov-14 10:56:30

Depends, at our school they seem to hand them out like smarties, which obv lessens the effect.

Sparklingbrook Tue 25-Nov-14 10:58:14

Why do you ask?

BackforGood Tue 25-Nov-14 19:35:24

Are you coming back, OP ????

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