Museum shows teacher's collection of confiscated toys

28 November 2013 Last updated at 12:32 GMT

A teacher has put together a display of banned toys he took off children in the classroom during his career.
Collection of confiscated toys.
A teacher has put together a display of banned toys he took off children in the classroom during his career. The collection is being shown at the Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood in London. All these toys were taken from girls.
Collection of confiscated toys.
The toys were taken by teacher and artist Guy Tarrant from London schoolchildren in 150 different schools. These were all taken from boys.
Plastic toys.
The owners of this storm trooper and knight must have been pretty upset when they were taken off them.
Tennis ball with face drawn on.
This smiley ball was taken from a year 6 girl in central London.
Plastic lizard.
This plastic lizard was taken off a boy, no reptiles allowed in the classroom.
Troll doll.
Troll dolls were definitely not allowed in Mr Tarrant's class. He took this one off a year 6 girl.
Happy meal toy.
A happy meal toy is also part of the collection.
Dummy.
Not what you might expect to see in a year 10 class, a baby's dummy!
Selection of floor debris.
This random collection of bits and bobs includes a fake eyeball, sweets and an ink cartridge, gross!
Mr T action figure missing its head.
Poor old Mr T. The A Team action figure has lost his head.