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Source:  The Telegraph

There was a moment early on in “Excluded at Seven” (Channel 4) when it became obvious how extremely some of the children featured were capable of behaving.  “What were you excluded for?” asked filmmaker Colette Camden of Jordan, one of the six angel-faced pupils in the youngest class at the Rosebery School in King’s Lynn.

“What was it again?” replied Jordan, feigning a momentary loss of memory.  “Oh yeah, I nearly broke the teacher’s back.”

Read the story at The Telegraph.

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