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School Exclusion: French alternative, ‘off-rolling’ and gang crime

Looking to France for an alternative to exclusion Labour plans to remove incentive for teachers to ‘off-roll’ students Violence should be treated as a contagious disease, says Sajid Javid as study links school exclusions to rising gang crime ‘County lines’ drug gangs recruit excluded schoolchildren Blame cuts – not… Continue Reading

School Exclusion: Discrimination, ‘internal exclusions’ and 900 submissions to DfE review

School Exclusions Review (4 Sep 2018) Hansard Q & A: 900 submissions The review remains in an evidence-gathering phase in the Autumn with Edward Timpson CBE expected to report by the end of the year. Use of isolation booths in schools criticised as ‘barbaric’ punishment The booths have been described as “internal… Continue Reading

News: School Admissions, Exclusions and Governance – 17th September 2018

[ Newsletter signup OSA – Decision: Holcombe Grammar School OSA – Decision: The Rochester Grammar School Event: Young Governors’ Network – Sheffield NGA: Updated Model Code of Conduct – 2018 Governor Stories: Launch events School Exclusions Review (4 Sep 2018) Hansard Q & A: 900 submissions The review remains in an evidence-gathering… Continue Reading

News: School Admissions, Exclusions and Governance – 3rd September 2018

[ Newsletter signup ] NEU comment on the LGA analysis into the lack of secondary school places  Thousands of children to miss out on secondary school place in five years LGA: Thousands of children to miss out on secondary school place in five years England faces secondary school places… Continue Reading

School Exclusion: Some schools exclude 20% of pupils, one 41% and 30,000 ‘off-rolled’

Dozens of secondary schools exclude at least 20% of pupils ‘She deserves an education’: outcry as academy excludes 41% of pupils Schools accused of ‘off-rolling’ thousands to boost results Figures show differing exclusion rates  – More than 30,000 pupils GCSE results missing from tables … … Continue Reading

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