Why you should develop a whole school approach to exclusions (for governors and trustees) Download Flyer
A guide for boards
Overview the government supports headteachers in using exclusion as a sanction where it is warranted, but is it the right thing to do? Should it be avoided? What is the boards role?
This webinar provides guidance to for boards on their duties and involvement in exclusions and how to develop a whole school approach.
On this webinar, the following will be explored:
Why there is a focus on Exclusions
The impact and consequences of exclusions
How to develop a whole school approach to exclusion
The statutory duties and legislation around exclusion
the importance of the Equalities Act
What happens when a child is excluded?
the role of everyone involved with an exclusion including the headteacher, governors, parents, clerk, staff, trust and pupil
The role of the Independent Review Panel
All delegates receive an electronic copy of the presentation and supporting materials and resources to help them be more impactful in their governance role.
Who should attend? Any governors or trustees.
Tutor With over 25 years in education and Governance, Julie Taylor is an experienced chair and National Leader of Governance who has a track record of supporting governance boards across Essex and beyond.
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