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Ideas for improving lunchtime behaviour

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Last updated on 31 Oct 2014
Are there fresh ideas to improve lunchtime behaviour? We look at a playground leaders' scheme which reduced lunchtime boredom and bullying. We include a case study from a teaching school on setting up a ‘chill-out club’ and link to ideas about increasing midday supervisors’ engagement with pupils.

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