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Teachers told to get tough on bad behaviour

2 February 2014 Last updated at 08:37 GMT

The Education Secretary Michael Gove is urging head teachers in England to clamp down on bad behaviour in the classroom.

Possible sanctions include weeding school grounds and tidying classrooms.

Updated guidelines on dealing with bad behaviour will be sent to all schools in England next week.

Tom Barton reports.

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