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Exclusions: keeping you informed

8 November 2019

Earlier this year Edward Timpson’s review on school exclusions raised the profile of the practice of exclusions, managed moves and alternative provision. Head teachers and governors are now under increasing scrutiny to conduct the end-to-end process in a fair and consistent manner (and in line with the statutory guidance) to ensure that the best possible outcome for the school, its staff, its pupils and the parents is achieved.

In this webinar, Senior Associate Hayley O’Sullivan, explores the current exclusions landscape, looks at prospective changes to policy and practice and share examples of best practice to help you avoid common pit-falls when it comes to managing exclusions.

Hayley will also provide an overview to the existing statutory guidance, proposed developments in relation to managed moves and alternative provision and share her thoughts on the anticipated changes in regulation as a result of the review.

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