are parents to blame

I belive taking a 5 pound note from your parents and getting away with it is bad as this could put the mind set that you can steal from people and get away with it.

the point im trying to make is that parents can also lead you to do bad things as much as they can do good things they can also do bad things. what i belive then parents should do is tell them it isn't good to seal as you can get arested.

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  • Tiff-Avatar.jpg Tiff @ the BNC 31 Jan 2019

    You're describing the BNC activity from session 3...our 'forgivaibilty factor' activity, where you were given a list of stealing examples and had to order which were more forgivable.

    How did you find this activity? What questions did it raise in your club?

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  • Crampton-logo-250x250.jpg curious_wildcat
    Crampton Primary School 31 Jan 2019 in reply to Tiff @ the BNC's comment

    we raised that taking money from a charity was worst.

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  • Upton-Cross-logo-250x250.jpg clever_starfish
    Upton Cross Primary School 31 Jan 2019

    I agree because parents should be us young minds' influence. So if we performed an inappropriate action , your parent or guardian shall be informed so they may teach you the right way. for example, at school, if someone did a serious wrong action, they call your parents. This suggests that a parent or guardian must be informed for many valid reasons, therefore, this is why I believe that parents shall be responsible for all our actions because they are the first people we look up to and build our actions on.

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  • Graveney-logo-250x250.jpg balanced_volcano
    Graveney School 01 Feb 2019

    I think you should write more as I don't understand your argument very well.

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  • The-Ruth-Gorse-logo-250x250.jpg balanced_singer
    The Ruth Gorse Academy 19 Feb 2019

    Teenagers who were no longer schooling contributed another 1.6 percent or 2,665 cases of crime. So are the parents allowing their children to 'drop out' of school? A man had to deal with six kids, ranging from 11 to 14, for reportedly causing a fight. The Child Act 2001 makes many parents guilty of a child’s crimes. And several sections in the Child Act 2001 provide penalties for parents. Are parents influencing their children badly?
    Here's a link: https://www.nst.com.my/opinion/letters/2018/02/331783/are-parents-blame-their-kids-crimes
    However, does blaming parents really explain anything, or does it help blur a chilling truth? Children come into this world much like a formless lump of clay. It is parents who have a primary responsibility to shape that lump of clay, to mold it into a brilliant person. I disagree with this because along the way of growing up a child can make their own decisions and therefore, become who they desire. studies have increasingly found, children come into this world with different natures, to begin with. But a parent has the power to change that. The fidget spinner, for instance, one person got one so lots of other people got one. That first fidget spinner was the parent, and all the others are children that are all the same. Parents need to do their best to create, guide and educate their children. Parents who are abusive and neglectful are likely to have a negative impact on their children, as their violence towards them may make them upset. Fortunately, studies show that most boys and girls who suffer neglect and abuse do not become criminals. Apparently, it turns out the parents are usually the victims and the child the criminal, not the other way around.
    One more link: https://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/blog/inside-the-criminal-mind/201602/parents-dont-turn-children-criminals
    Overall, I believe that parents are not to blame for their children becoming criminals.

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