Behaviour Support Service Exclusions Training

Understanding Exclusions and The Governor Role at Pupil Disciplinary Committees

 

Title

Understanding Exclusions and The Governor Role at Pupil Disciplinary Committees

Description of training

 

The role of Governors in overseeing exclusions is not one many governors have experience of when they offer their support to schools. This course will look at exclusions (both fixed term and permanent), the legislation and guidance around this connected to schools’ policies and the impact on students, families and schools. There will be a particular emphasis on the role of Governors in the permanent exclusion process and independent review to ensure this difficult process is undertaken in a transparent and fair way supporting Governors to make decisions at the Pupil Disciplinary Committee with increased confidence.

Suitable for

School Governing bodies and trust boards. It may also be suitable for senior leaders in school so they understand the permanent exclusion process in detail.

Duration

Two hours

Cost

Single school training –

delivered direct into one school

 

£400 up to a max of 20 staff.

£500 up to a max of 40 staff.

Cluster Training

Up to 5 governing boards e.g. in a Multi-Academy Trust (MAT) or Locality Achievement Partnership (LAP) delivered at a venue of your choice. Cluster training enables governors to derive maximum benefit from sharing perspectives while maximising available expertise and reducing cost.

 

£280 per school

Behaviour Support Service Exclusions Training

 


Opportunity

Published: 04/05/2017
Audience: School Governing Bodies, Trust Boards, Senior Staff in Schools, Headteachers
Contact: Emma Wilkinson

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