Cheer Ban on Australian primary school

Cheer Ban on Australian primary school

World July 21, 2016 07:33

- Students from an Australian bassisschool should not cheer more like their classmates have done something good. The children need to express their enthusiasm now in silence.

Children can do this according to the school, Eleonora Heights in Sydney, do best by stabbing a fist, pulling an excited face, or by wiggling in place without making noise.

In Australian media compares John Grant, the head of the school, the measure with the hug ban brought several primary schools. The hug ban children are encouraged to find another way to show their affection.
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'Not everyone wants to be hugged,' he says. 'You can also use a high five or a boxing to leave your appreciation.' According to Grant, it is important to teach the children of visibility.

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