Marshall's shout is easy on the ear
This balanced approach should win her friends among children and teachers, and help her to serve children well as their representative. No child likes to be hit or shouted at, no teacher or parent likes to demean themselves or the children in their care by doing either. We all lose our tempers at some point, and the more we can own up to it - openly and in front of the children - the more mutual respect there will be.
Children's rights are undoubtedly now high on the agenda, as they ought to be. But, as Professor Marshall says, they are not unfettered.