School exclusions in England

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School exclusions in England

  1. 1. Exclusions for drugs and alcohol from schools in England
  2. 2. Overview• For every one pupil excluded permanently excluded from school, for reasons to do with drugs and alcohol, <27 will be given a fixed term exclusion.• Permanent Exclusions: – The number of drug and alcohol permanent exclusions has fallen from 400 in 2006/7 to 290 in 2010/11. – However, as a proportion of all permanent exclusions there has been a rise from 5.3% to 6.5% over the same period.• Fixed Term Exclusions: – The number of drug and alcohol fixed term exclusions has fallen from 8,180 in 2006/7 to 7,910 in 2010/11 – However, as a proportion of all fixed term exclusions there has been a rise from 2.2% to 2.8% over the same period.
  3. 3. Number of Permanent Exclusions for Drugs and Alcohol from Schools in England
  4. 4. Number of Fixed Period Exclusions forDrugs and Alcohol from Schools in England
  5. 5. Proportion of exclusions for Drugs andAlcohol in Secondary Schools in England
  6. 6. • The Department for Education publish data on the reasons schools exclude their pupils.• This presentation covers pupils who were excluded for reasons to do with drugs and alcohol.• The data sets are available for download from here http://www.education.gov.uk/rsgateway/catego.sh
  7. 7. www.mentoruk.org.uk@mentortweetsadmin@mentoruk.org

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