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NOTTINGHAM INFANT SCHOOL BANS PLAYTIME

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The regime at a Nottingham primary school is becoming controversially strict, reports the Birmingham Post (p1). ...
The regime at a Nottingham primary school is becoming controversially strict, reports the Birmingham Post (p1).

The headmistress of Southwark Infants School banned orange juice because it was too sticky and has now stopped children going out to play during afternoon break because of the 'disruption'.

Mrs Aldridge remains resolute despite protests from angry parents, says the paper. The children now have a 'peaceful' time with poetry and music, she said.
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