Pupils demand equal status

14th October 2005 at 01:00
Teachers must earn the respect of their pupils, according to a survey which found schoolchildren want to be treated as equals and expect teachers to admit they are wrong when they have made a mistake.

The survey, by the National Children's Bureau pupil inclusion unit, found some pupils had more respect for teaching support staff who had taken over much of the pastoral care in secondary schools.

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