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Fixed term exclusions

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by Miss2012, Dec 8, 2011.

  1. Can I ask Heads a question about fixed term exclusions.
    There is a boy in the class I work as a TA who has ASD. He is year 3.
    He has recently had 2 fixed term exclusions (1 day each, a week apart, different events). Each one for behaviour (hurting other children, biting, knocking glasses off a SMSA.
    What are the procedures for this (I ask as aim to train as a teacher so want to learn things as I discover them)?
    I know things are different for permanent and fixed term exclusions.
    For fixed term, does there have to be a reintergration meeting?
    Also where does all this sit as he is SEN, with a statement ?

    Thanks
    Miss2012

     
  2. Can I ask Heads a question about fixed term exclusions.
    There is a boy in the class I work as a TA who has ASD. He is year 3.
    He has recently had 2 fixed term exclusions (1 day each, a week apart, different events). Each one for behaviour (hurting other children, biting, knocking glasses off a SMSA.
    What are the procedures for this (I ask as aim to train as a teacher so want to learn things as I discover them)?
    I know things are different for permanent and fixed term exclusions.
    For fixed term, does there have to be a reintergration meeting?
    Also where does all this sit as he is SEN, with a statement ?

    Thanks
    Miss2012

     
  3. There is a policy you can ask to read on this where it is all very clear.
     
  4. Which is where?
     
  5. Check the DfE website.
    Look also at a Local Authority website, although the policy documents may be restricted to "in school" users only.
     
  6. mickeyforpresident

    mickeyforpresident New commenter

    Yes, reintegration meeting is required (well, return to school meeting), SEN should be considered but not used as an excuse to not to exclude! I have excluded ASD children when violent behaviours make it unsafe; gives us time to plan and prepare, seek advice etc.
     

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