School students across Melbourne are planning to walk out of their classrooms next week in support of Palestine.
Former Principal Tracy Tully told Today that she worried the rally could get “out-of-control” quickly.
“I’ve seen these things turn very quickly and you end up with a school lockdown which is horrendous,” she said.
“No-one wants that. Who is protecting those students who are vulnerable who don’t even want to be in that conversation.”
Public schools in Queensland are trialling shortened schools day with some testing half days and some staggering start and finish times. Former Queensland principal Tracy Tully on the Gold Coast and child psychologist Andrew Greenfield believe the move is “advantageous” and allows senior students prepare for university with its “adaptable flexible feel to their learning.”
Fresh calls for tougher anti-vaping measures in schools including bag checks and pocket searches ‘The time has come where we need to do something much bigger and much more permanent.’ Source: 7news.com.au There are calls for tougher measures to be introduced in schools in a bid to prevent students vaping. Students in Queensland could undergo …