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200 Schools considering cutting hours to save money

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SirGalahad, 5 Jul 2019.

  1. noseall

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    You do pillock, it's the law.
     
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    On that basis, there should be no problems with leaving kids there until, what, 9.00 at night? That alright for you?
     
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    3:30pm is alright with me.
     
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    It’s not. I run a training centre. When I close up, they go home and NOBODY can make me keep students past my closing time.
     
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    What law would that be then?
     
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    UK law. A child who is enrolled at a school must attend. That child is under the care of the teachers the whole time they are on the premises during school hours and not just during lessons.. They are effectively child minders boyo.

    Deal with it.
     
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    Yawn. Deflection again. When school hours are over they go home. End of. Bye.
     
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    Well spotted Einstein. However, when in school, teachers, admin staff, pastoral etc are effectively child minders.

    Boyo.
     
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    Wrong.

    Again.
     
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    So what age are those students?
     
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    Doesn’t matter. They are ALL vulnerable LAC's.
     
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    Let Mot be now, he's endured a battering. (titter)
     
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    So to be clear you kick out 'vulnerable looked after children' of any age?
     
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    No. They are taken back when the session finishes. Just the same as school really.
     
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    So where do after school clubs take place if the school is shut at 3.30pm ?
     
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