When can fixed term exclusion occur? What are school obligations? What are pupils right to appeal? All is explained in our latest blog post.

A fixed term exclusion is an exclusion for a specific amount of time.

A pupil may be excluded for a period of up to 45 days in a single academic year. Longer than this it is likely to become a permanent exclusion however exceptional circumstances may be permitted.

This blog post explains all you need to know about fixed term exclusions.

Fixed term excluded: how EDClass can help those pupils

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