Positive play

20th February 2004 at 00:00
(Photograph) - There were battles in the playground that spilled over into the classrooms and community at Mossgiel primary in Dundee until pupils and teachers drew up a new approach to play during breaks. Small incidents flared into spiralling conflicts.

Now, a medley of playground games, pupil mediation and a buddy system have turned the school around.


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