Report calls for primary school exclusions to be banned as children as young as five expelled over behaviour

4/29/2022 10:27:00 AM

Exclusions from primary schools should be banned within the next four years, a report from the former children's commissioner has said

Exclusions from primary schools should be banned within the next four years, a report from the former children's commissioner has said

One mother says her son was first excluded when he was five years old and offered a place at a Pupil Referral Unit instead, where 'every door was locked' behind them during a visit.

After being referred to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), Louie started having weekly sessions, his school put an educational plan in place and he was receiving one-to-one support."Finally, I went to my GP in tears and asked for help. That's when Louie was diagnosed with ADHD. I thought everything would be wonderful after this and we'd get the support we needed but the issues at school still continued."

Ms Longfield's report has called for Ofsted to introduce a new inclusion measure, with schools that are not inclusive unable to receive a"good" or"outstanding" rating.'Strip-searched at school'It adds that adultification"can manifest itself by black students being disproportionately targeted by 'draconian' zero-tolerance behaviour and uniform policies in schools".

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Mary-Ann explained that a school place was eventually found for Louie and"things went really well" but within a year he was"excluded many times for his behaviour". After being referred to the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), Louie started having weekly sessions, his school put an educational plan in place and he was receiving one-to-one support. Register for free to continue reading Registration is a free and easy way to support our truly independent journalism By registering, you will also enjoy limited access to Premium articles, exclusive newsletters, commenting, and virtual events with our leading journalists register Please enter a valid email Please enter a valid email Password Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number Must be at least 6 characters, include an upper and lower case character and a number First name Please enter your first name Special characters aren’t allowed Please enter a name between 1 and 40 characters Last name Please enter your last name Special characters aren’t allowed Please enter a name between 1 and 40 characters Select your year of birth 2004. But when he was nine years old there was another incident at school and since then Mary-Ann's relationship with his school has"gone downhill". The One Nation leader, Pauline Hanson, revealed the plan on Thursday, against select moderate MPs for the Liberals’ decision to preference the minor party behind the Jacqui Lambie Network in Tasmania. "When I arrived at school, Louie was in the reflection room with the headteacher and deputy head. He was still smashing it up when I walked in," she said. Photograph: Johannes Els As well as controlling rats, mosquitoes and other “pests”, reptiles deliver many other benefits.

"Finally, I went to my GP in tears and asked for help. Read more Hanson confirmed she will preference against the Liberal MP Bridget Archer, who holds Bass on 0. That's when Louie was diagnosed with ADHD. I thought everything would be wonderful after this and we'd get the support we needed but the issues at school still continued." Louie now only attends school for two hours a day. Others on Hanson’s hit list include the Liberals Tim Wilson in Goldstein (Victoria), Trent Zimmerman in North Sydney, James Stevens in Sturt (SA) and the independent Helen Haines in Indi (Victoria), four seats in which did not field candidates at the 2019 election. Exclusions are a 'trigger point' where children become more vulnerable to criminal or sexual exploitation Ms Longfield's report has called for Ofsted to introduce a new inclusion measure, with schools that are not inclusive unable to receive a"good" or"outstanding" rating.” In Australia, home to about 10% of the world’s species, reptiles face a growing number of threats.

It added that schools should report how many pupils have been excluded or moved from their rolls every year. Looking at the impact of exclusions, the report notes that youth workers, parents, and children have recounted how being excluded was a"trigger point" where pupils became more vulnerable to criminal activity, sexual exploitation or involvement in county lines. “I am doing Scott Morrison’s job for him – of getting rid of left-leaning Liberals destroying the conservative party,” she said. 'Strip-searched at school' a teenage girl who was left traumatised after being strip-searched at school by Met police officers while on her period, is a recent shocking example of how adultification can happen in educational settings," the report says. It adds that adultification"can manifest itself by black students being disproportionately targeted by 'draconian' zero-tolerance behaviour and uniform policies in schools". Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player 1:01 Child Q: 'Black girls should feel safe in school' 'Look behind the headlines' Ms Longfield said:"Look behind the headlines of the tragic deaths, acts of serious violence and criminal exploitation of our young people over recent years and so often you see a pattern of children disengaging and falling out of school and into harm. But One Nation will also help Labor in Longman by suggesting voters put the Liberal MP, Terry Young, last. Photograph: Philip Bowles/Conservation International The study is not all doom.

Image: Anne Longfield says schools should not be able to receive a 'good' or 'outstanding' grade from Ofsted without hitting new targets on including vulnerable pupils "Not all children who leave mainstream school will be affected but the statistics show that too many will - even more so if the child has special educational needs or is black. "A system that has no real accountability for a five-year-old boy being excluded 17 times in a year, or where a vulnerable teenager is out of school for months or even years, is not a system that is working for every child." The Department for Education has said that exclusion and suspension are"necessary and essential behaviour management tools" and it is working to"tackle avoidable absence" from school. “For all her talk about sticking up for freedom, Pauline’s spat the dummy because she wants to control what the Liberal party puts on its how-to-vote cards,” Lambie said in a statement. Related Topics .