Posts tagged Exclusions
Timpson Review Summary of Findings May 2019

A short press release from the Department for Education on the findings from the Edward Timpson Review looking into levels of exclusions and the academic attainment levels of students in Alternative Provision settings.

Findings include:

  • 78% of permanent exclusions issued to children with special educational needs (SEND) or classed as being eligible for Free School Meals

  • 4.5% of children in AP settings achieved a good pass in their English and Maths GCSEs in 2016-17.

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Learning from HeadStart: the relationship between mental health and school attainment, attendance, and exclusions in young people aged 11-14

A research report by the Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families and the Evidence Based Practice Unit, based at University College London exploring findings from analysis of the HeadStart programme, designed to improve the mental health and emotional wellbeing of children and young people aged 10-16 and how participation affected school attainment, attendance and number of school exclusions.

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