Behaviour support services (including the secondary pupil referral unit) work in partnership with schools, parents and the council to support the inclusion of all children and young people, and support remove barriers to learning.
They assist children and young people experiencing social emotional behavioural difficulties (SEBD) and social emotional mental health difficulties (SEMH) to access successful learning opportunities. The team may also:
When considering whether to exclude pupils, Headteachers will look at all the evidence and decide whether the pupil did what they are accused of doing. A Headteacher can exclude for incidents that take place going to and from school, even if a pupil is involved in an incident outside school hours and still wearing school uniform.
For more information, visit the school’s website to view their behaviour policy.
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