School exclusionLast Updated 04/12/2018
The Bi-Borough Exclusions Service provides appropriate advice and support to all schools and to parents on school exclusions following a head teacher’s decision to exclude a pupil.
As well as early intervention strategies to tackle the disruptive behaviour, a pupil can transfer to another school as part of a ‘managed move’ where this occurs with the consent of the parties involved, including the parents. However, it must be stressed that the threat of exclusion must never be used to influence parents to remove their child from the school.
All such options can be discussed with the Bi-Borough Alternative Provision Service (BBAP).The Bi-Borough Alternative Provision Service (TBAP) works with learners from across the three boroughs that are experiencing difficulty with mainstream school and can provide schools with a menu of options.
More information can be found at: www.rbkc.gov.uk/education-and-learning/ace-team/attendance-child-employment/exclusion-s/tri-borough-exclusions