Lunchtime postponed indefinitely

Neil Richardson

Your expert's advice on detention (The Behaviour Question, TESpro, 18 May) is to hold sessions on the same day. Since teachers see some 150 potentially disruptive pupils each day, I wondered how many quiet lunch breaks staff might look forward to each week?

Neil Richardson, Kirkheaton, West Yorkshire.

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