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She wrote: “I am aware that there have been concerns voiced on social media regarding some anti-social behaviour in the school and wish to reassure you that, in close partnership with the police, social workers and youth workers, we are making rapid progress in eliminating this unacceptable behaviour.
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“We had these initiatives in Hawick many years ago, so it is good to see them reinstated.”The school’s pupil council will also be reformed in a bid to give youngsters more of a voice.
Ms Ramage says she has been approached by numerous concerned pupils, parents and staff, adding that such unrest is the main reason she left the school five years ago after 34 years as a teacher there.
READ MORE: Dundee school kids cower in fear under desk during terrorism drill“The issues have been caused by a small minority of children within the school, and the police, who are mainly dedicated school officers, are assisting with youth intervention.”The four new youth workers’ posts were discussed at a meeting of parents and town councillors with the council’s service director for children and young people, Donna Manson, on Monday night.