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Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Cause and effect

Paintbrush injury pupil set to receive pay-out
Lady Dorrian was told that since the accident the local authority had issued a "safety flash" warning, stopping children working on the floor and banning the use of long paintbrushes.

Mr Brown claimed that the "risk assessment" carried out after his son was hurt should have been done before the accident, and could have prevented the tragedy.

He also claimed that those supervising the class at the time were at fault.

Pupils face 'uninspiring' lessons
Pupils at school in England are facing too many "dull and uninspiring lessons", say inspectors.
Whatever happened to "Hard cases make bad law"?

Now it's "Better safe than sued"

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