Primary school pupils and toddlers in nurseries are being punished for making racist insults, according to a report, even if they don’t understand the terms they use.
. . . Meanwhile diversity “missionaries” are said to be increasing the divide between white and black children by forcing them to see everything through the prism of race.
“There are a small number of cases of sustained targeted bullying, and schools certainly need to deal with those,” says Adrian Hart, the report’s author. “But most of these ‘racist incidents’ are just kids falling out. They don’t need re-educating out of their prejudice – they and their teachers need to be left alone.”
In 2002, schools were told to report all racist incidents. Teachers must fill out a form naming the “the alleged perpetrator and victim, and spell out what they did and how they were punished. ”
Schools that report no incidents are criticised for “under-reporting” and told to put up posters raising awareness, the report says. Schools that report high numbers of racist incidents are praised for operating a “zero-tolerance” approach.