Fifteen children a day excluded for sexual bullying

03 Apr 2013
The Telegraph

‘The Telegraph’ reports that schools expel on average fifteen children every single day for sexual misconduct. At least one of those who is suspended or expelled will be under the age of 11 and studying at primary school, according to official figures. More than 3,000 children every year are excluded for offences including bullying, sexual assaults and sexual harassment. Campaigners claim that the sexualisation of society and easy access to internet pornography is to blame for the disturbing figures.


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