NEWS

BEHAVIOUR

Exclusions: what can be done to help?

Reading time: 3 minutes

Exclusions can lead to several ramifications for both pupils and schools. What alternatives or solutions can be offered to help support them?

Schools have recently adopted a zero-stance policy on certain behaviours resulting in students becoming isolated from their peers. Some of the main reasons why students become excluded include:

- Violence or aggressive behaviour
- Bullying
- Verbal abuse
- Physical abuse
- Drugs
- Criminal activity
- Defiance and disobedience

CURRICULUM

STEM

SCHOOL MANAGEMENT

Mental health issues in education – time to improve

Reading time: 5 minutes

Mental health concerns within education have increased over the past few years. Concerning the recent SEND review and alternative provisions, what can be done to improve the situation and the negative stigma that surrounds certain APs?

3 main concerns that the SEND review highlighted are that children are making inadequate progress, families are dissatisfied with the situation and financially the situation isn’t sustainable.

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT

Why Early Intervention is Necessary in Schools

Reading time: 4 minutes

The recent SEND review has highlighted how intervention within schools needs addressing. Can primary schools and parental involvement help support early intervention? 

The government has announced an additional £1 billion of investment in 2022-23, but the review has stated:

“Whilst future funding will need to take account of the increasing prevalence of children and young people with the most complex needs, this needs to be balanced with targeting spending more at strengthening early intervention.”

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