Bus Lane Assembly: We all gain from enforcing the rules.


The material in this post is the basis of an assembly I’ve given before about the need for enforcing rules. I’m about to use this particular preach again as we continue to push forward on our drive for impeccable behaviour. It’s been an intense few weeks as students learn where the boundaries lie, with literally hundreds of students in detentions every day.  But the numbers are dropping and, so far, it’s working really well. In fact, the improvement has been dramatic.

Bus Lane Assembly

Early on in my life as a commuter between London and Chelmsford, I had to learn the boundaries of the journey.  It was painful.  I’m ashamed to admit that within a few months I’d been given three speeding tickets.  They came in quick succession from the notorious speed camera at the end of the M11 where the speed limit drops from 70 to 50 mph. …

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