The Department for Education (DfE) collates both fixed period and permanent exclusion data from every local authority (LA).
The DfE has amended the exclusion reason codes and descriptions with effect from 1 September 2020.
Derbyshire's LA needs to collect information from all schools including:
To draw comparisons on a local and national level there needs to be standardised reasons for exclusion. On a local level this information is used to target support and resources whilst central government looks at patterns and trends of exclusion across the country as a whole.
Therefore in order to assist schools in recording exclusions the reasons for exclusion document attached to this page may be useful. It gives a list of main reasons and sub categories, under each main reason which may help clarify what types of behaviour fit in each category.
The Inclusion Pathways Team works countywide to support and provide education for children and young people when they are out of school due to reasons of exclusion, being at risk of exclusion, or as a result of their medical needs.
A managed move is the transfer of a pupil to another school on a trial basis, when the pupil is at risk of permanent exclusion and their behaviour is causing serious concerns.
Guidance about children who cannot attend school due to long term health needs.
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