Should Parents Be Fined For Picking Children Up Late From School? | Loose Women

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A primary school has sparked anger after introducing a policy of fining parents for being late to collect their child, and even calling social services if their child is not collected half an hour after lessons finished. The school has argued that stretched budgets mean they cannot cover paying staff overtime and that pupils are often left feeling stressed and anxious when waiting for late parents. Does this school has the right idea? The panel discuss.
From series 24, broadcast on 16/01/20

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