Children as young as five have been kicked out of nursery school for inappropriate sexual behaviour, Ofsted has revealed.
More than one in five primary schools has raised the alarm over pupils’ conduct because of an ‘inappropriate sexual element’.
In a study of 69 schools, some 14 said they had witnessed this type of unacceptable behaviour.
In eight, pupils had been suspended or expelled as a result. Two schools reported a ‘worrying lack of response from social workers’.