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Our report would be incomplete if it did not deal with these lapses.3 We were particularly concerned by reports that physical attacks by pupils on members of staff were commonplace and the cause of widespread anxiety among teachers.
It is not enough to avert a lapse when it is imminent, or to rely on putting things right afterwards.
Most of these did not rate it as the most difficult behaviour with which they had to deal.
Teachers in our survey were most concerned about the cumulative effects of disruption to their lessons caused by relatively trivial but persistent misbehaviour.
We hope that its publication will lead to a practical recognition of this; to a shared and general sense of commitment to our children's education; and to a realisation of the great potential latent in our schools.
THE ENQUIRY 1 The Committee of Enquiry into Discipline in Schools was established by the Secretary of State for Education and Science in March 1988 in response to concern about the problems facing the teaching profession.