May 2, 2008

Schools in England could be made to keep records of pupils’ drug use and obesity under plans being considered.

A discussion document seen by The Guardian details how 18 aspects of pupils’ lives, including the incidence of pregnancies, could be monitored.

The idea was first set out in the Children’s Plan published by the government last year.

Head teachers, now being consulted over the plans, said it would be “absolutely wrong to dump this agenda on schools”.

Schools have had a duty to promote the broader well being of their pupils since 2006 – for instance by encouraging them to exercise and eat healthily.

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