We currently have some very difficult children in KS2. Currently they are disturbing the learning of the rest of the children due to physical and verbal aggression towards other children, refusal to do what teachers say & storming out & refusal for SLT. ALL of the children have a heartbreaking background story however this does not make it easier for staff to do their jobs (all staff, not just class teachers). The children have had internal exlcusions, fixed term exclusions, many meetings with parents etc etc etc etc. The EP is involved, behaviour support services, everyone! But it does not make any difference. Unfortunately there do not seem to be any consequences for these children...the Head has decided we cannot do any more fixed term exclusions because it makes the school look so awful but really the next step is perm exclusion. Which the Head doesn't want to do either. But we can't carry on like this! Three of the children are in the same year (single form entry school) and all display similar behaviours both at home and school, police have been involved etc at home. I am the BeCo and just feel as though I am letting the staff down, letting the other children down and ultimately letting these challenging children down but I do feel perm ex is the way to go. I know this is probably just waffling now but anyone any advice?!