Strangers in a strange school

15th October 2004 at 01:00
David Henderson reports from the educational psychologists' conference at Heriot-Watt University

Views of South Ayrshire children in refuges who have changed school

* "Worse than leaving our house."

* "I don't have the right uniform and everyone looks at me."

* "I want to run away when I think about it."

* "I just want to go and live with my granny then I can get back to my own school."

* "I feel sick in the mornings by my mum dusnt listen about it."

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