PRLog - Feb. 8, 2014 - PETERBOROUGH, U.K. -- Ofsted are changing their focus from learning to behaviour of teens in our secondary schools.
Parents are frightened to send their children to school.
Kit Masters tells what life is really like in these failing institutions, and what can happen when pupil behaviour is inadequate.
Raw and relentless, Peilis tells the story of four teenagers who are bound by tragic fate.
Kane Pritchard, promising eleven year old, down and out teen, fights for a community’s right to safety.
The violent, thieving Smith brothers, rule the school by fear, they won’t stop until there is blood.
Peilis delves into the conscience of a secondary school teacher, and the conscience of a generation.
Depression, anxiety and substance abuse cloud his judgement as he watches on, detached from the ordeal around him.
Peilis is a book like no other; itexposes the social infection which is multiplying in our schools.
The book tells a compelling tragic arc, mirrored in original artwork, of the lives of those who teach and learn in failing institutions.
Kit Masters is the author of Rūta, the heartbreaking allegorical novella. He is a writer, an artist and a teacher. His writing is immersive and personal, shocking and enticing, poetic and real. Peilis is his second work of fiction.