How a bad ‘un can be spotted at the age of TWO – and should be sent to ‘discipline institutes’ at five, says behaviour tsar
Children at risk of descending into a life of crime and aggression can and should be identified at the age of two, according to the Government’s ‘discipline expert’.
Those children likely to ‘go off the rails’ should be sent to specialist behavioral institutions at the age of five to stop their bad behaviour escalating, said Charlie Taylor, whose report is likely to be endorsed in full by the Government today.
Taylor said nurseries should be able to spot children with behavioural issues and recommend them for specialist tuition to provide them with boundaries and social skills.
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