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Exclusions from Schools in England 2010

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Exclusions from Schools in England 2010

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  • 1. Exclusions from Schools in England With a focus on exclusions for drug and alcohol related reasons
  • 2. What is the relationship between exclusion and drug use?
    • Smoking, drinking and drug use among young people in England in 2010:
    • “ Pupils who had truanted or been excluded from school were more likely to report usually taking drugs at least once a month, the measure of frequent drug use, than those who had never truanted nor been excluded (8% and 1% respectively)... In 2010, of those pupils who had ever truanted or been excluded, 9% had taken any Class A drugs in the last year, compared with 1% who had never truanted or been excluded from school.”
    • http://www.ic.nhs.uk/statistics-and-data-collections/health-and-lifestyles-related-surveys/smoking-drinking-and-drug-use-among-young-people-in-england/smoking-drinking-and-drug-use-among-young-people-in-england-in-2010
  • 3. Total numbers of fixed period exclusions in England
  • 4. Number of Fixed Period Exclusions for Drug and Alcohol Related Reasons
  • 5. Total number of fixed period exclusions in England
  • 6. Number of Permanent Exclusions for Drug and Alcohol Related Reasons