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(But see this 1973 newspaper article for a round-up of the caning situation then prevailing at seven "top" private schools.) The state education system in England and Wales used to be highly decentralised, and there were always wide variations of practice between schools, even between different schools of the same kind in the same area.
The only rule laid down by central government was that all formal CP was supposed to be recorded in a punishment book.(1) The 100 local education authorities (LEAs) in England and Wales -- created in 1902 to replace the old local school boards -- formulated their own rules, or in some cases decided not to have any rules.(2) These varied a lot, but most were not very specific about the modus operandi.
18 required the act to be done in private; 10 mandated a witness to be present.
About half of all LEAs said that only women teachers could punish girls, but only two, Inner London and Oxfordshire, also laid down that only men could cane boys.A few Christian private schools held out, and fought the ban through the courts, ultimately without success (see links below). Because Scotland has its own distinct education system with different traditions, there is a separate article about CP in Scottish schools.