Sat 20 November 2010, The Independent

Classroom attacks left 44 staff in hospital last year

By Richard Garner
The number of teachers in England taken to hospital after being assaulted at school is at its highest level for five years. Government figures show that 44 school staff were so badly injured they needed an ambulance – up from 29 the previous year. In the past decade, nearly 300 school staff have suffered injuries serious enough to warrant hospitalisation.
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