School ‘bans whistles because they are too aggressive’

A school has reportedly banned whistles from being blown at the end of playtime over fears the sound they make is “too aggressive”.

no whistlesStaff at the primary in Milton Keynes are said to have made the move because they are worried children would be “afraid of the noise”.

Instead of using a whistle to signify the end of breaks, staff at St Monica’s Catholic Primary School must instead raise a hand in the air to get the attention of pupils.

h/t ZD

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