Have you ever had to exclude a student? What were the circumstances? Are exclusions always a last resort, or are some schools too quick to exclude students? What alternatives to exclusion would you like to see, if resources were available? On Wednesday 26 February, Sarah Jones MP is leading a Parliamentary debate on school exclusions. She will be drawing attention to the apparent increase in exclusions, the practice of 'off-rolling', and pressing the Government to increase funding for alternatives. She wants teachers’ perspectives to help shape her thinking on the issue, and inform the case she puts to a Government minister. Tell us about your experiences by midday on Tuesday 25 February and we will pass these on to her. She may quote and refer to your contributions during her speech. We will post links to watch the debate and read the transcript as soon as these are available. If you’d prefer to contribute privately, please do so here. About us: The Digital Engagement Team at the House of Commons work to give online communities a voice in Parliamentary debates. We are hoping to expand the work we do with the TES community in 2020. Please have a look at a summary of how we worked with Mumsnet in 2019.