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Although our evidence indicates that there are few such attacks and that teachers do not perceive them as a principal disciplinary issue, we still regard this as a very serious matter indeed.
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.[page 9] 6 Our recommendations also relate to the great majority of schools that are generally well ordered but in which significant improvements could still be made.Our broad objective was to make recommendations that would help all those who are responsible for schools and their pupils to create the orderly conditions in which pupils can learn.I have had the good fortune to be supported in this task by an energetic committee, experienced assessors and a small but exceptionally able and hard working secretariat. Their names, our terms of reference and methods of work are given in our report which I enclose with this letter. 1 This report contains recommendations which apply to many people who are not professional teachers or educational administrators and we hope it will be read by them.We have therefore avoided using the technical language of education whenever we have felt that this might conceal our meaning from the general public.Some of our comments may seem to specialist readers to be statements of the obvious.We have included them in order to present a picture that is complete for those unfamiliar with our subject.If our report does nothing else it should demonstrate that our schools do not operate in isolation.They are an integral and immensely important part of society for which we all have a responsibility at some time in our lives.We also find that teachers do not see attacks as their major problem.Few teachers in our survey reported physical aggression towards themselves.