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Clapping Banned in Australian School to Protect Sensitive Children

  • Clapping Banned in Australian School to Protect Sensitive Children

    July 22, 2016: In order to protect children who are sensitive to noise, Australian school has banned clapping. It has been observed that many children make noise, while there are some who do not respond to this gesture very positively. Instead, children now are taught to cheer silently and encouraged for excited faces. The school says this practice has reduced much fidgeting among sensitive children.