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Primary school in Wales forces children to wear slippers

MailOnline Sunday, 5 November 2017 ()
Primary school in Wales forces children to wear slippersPupils at a primary school in north Wales are being made to wear slippers to school in the new year in a bizarre move to try to improve their behaviour. There have been mixed reactions on social media.
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