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Times: UK will ban mobile phones at school
Times: UK will ban mobile phones at school
<p>In a bid to improve classroom discipline, mobile phones will be banned in schools in England under guidance issued to head teachers, reports <a href="https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/schools-will-get-greater-powers-to-ban-mobiles-kz9flshwl">Times.</a></p> <blockquote> <p>"The guidance also gives teachers the right to search students' backpacks. In addition, they would be legally protected from possible lawsuits by parents for damage or loss of the phone," says the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>There are four options for enforcing this guidance. The simplest option is to completely ban the use of phones on school grounds. At the same time, pupils leave them at home. The second and third options suggest leaving them in special lockers for the duration of classes or giving them to staff. <span style="background-color: var(--global--color-background); color: var(--global--color-primary); font-family: var(--global--font-secondary); font-size: var(--global--font-size-base);">The fourth approach is more loyal and allows students to keep their phones with them, but only under the "strict condition that they will not be used, seen or heard".</span></p>
<p>In a bid to improve classroom discipline, mobile phones will be banned in schools in England under guidance issued to head teachers, reports <a href="https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/schools-will-get-greater-powers-to-ban-mobiles-kz9flshwl">Times.</a></p> <blockquote> <p>"The guidance also gives teachers the right to search students' backpacks. In addition, they would be legally protected from possible lawsuits by parents for damage or loss of the phone," says the article.</p> </blockquote> <p>There are four options for enforcing this guidance. The simplest option is to completely ban the use of phones on school grounds. At the same time, pupils leave them at home. The second and third options suggest leaving them in special lockers for the duration of classes or giving them to staff. <span style="background-color: var(--global--color-background); color: var(--global--color-primary); font-family: var(--global--font-secondary); font-size: var(--global--font-size-base);">The fourth approach is more loyal and allows students to keep their phones with them, but only under the "strict condition that they will not be used, seen or heard".</span></p>
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Times: UK will ban mobile phones at school

19.02.2024

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In a bid to improve classroom discipline, mobile phones will be banned in schools in England under guidance issued to head teachers, reports Times.

"The guidance also gives teachers the right to search students' backpacks. In addition, they would be legally protected from possible lawsuits by parents for damage or loss of the phone," says the article.

There are four options for enforcing this guidance. The simplest option is to completely ban the use of phones on school grounds. At the same time, pupils leave them at home. The second and third options suggest leaving them in special lockers for the duration of classes or giving them to staff. The fourth approach is more loyal and allows students to keep their phones with them, but only under the "strict condition that they will not be used, seen or heard".


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