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Cornish Teachers Attacked in Class

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11:19am 20th December 2011

More than a hundred teachers have been attacked in class in Cornwall.

Thirty ended up needing to see a doctor over the last three years.

New statistics reveal under elevens in the Duchy have used chairs, a metal screw and pencils as weapons.

11:19am 20th December 2011

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