Is it realistic for schools to adopt non-exclusion policies?


Adopting a non-exclusion policy may be morally justifiable but what practical measures do you need to have in place? Richard Steward provides a checklist of culture, policy and resource requirements and considers the broader implications. 

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Dr. Richard Steward

Dr. Richard Steward is the headteacher of The Woodroffe School in Lyme Regis, Dorset. He has a wide range of experience in school improvement and has served as the South West representative on the Teaching School Council. Woodroffe is an outstanding school, a teaching school and a Maths Hub.

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