Pupil isolation

27th May 2005 at 01:00
* Of course Sir Dexter Hutt is right to isolate badly-behaved pupils for up to three days ("Leader defends the fifth sanction", TES, May 13).What right do disruptive children have to ruin the education of their well-behaved peers?

Stan Labovitch

138 Vale Road

Windsor, Berkshire

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