Mobile free zones

18th September 2009 at 01:00
Nurseries should become mobile phone free zones, to protect pupils and staff, says the union Voice

The union suggests nursery owners and local authorities consult staff on introducing a no mobile phone policy.

Tricia Pritchard, senior professional officer, said: "A no mobiles rule would protect children, prevent accusations against staff and reassure parents, many of whom had their confidence shattered by recent high- profile events involving mobile phone cameras."

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