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A permanent exclusion must only be given for a reason to do with a pupil’s behaviour, and in response to a serious breach of the school's behaviour policy. A school may feel that allowing the pupil to remain in the setting would seriously harm the education or welfare of other pupils.
I understand a permanent exclusion will be upsetting for you and your family, and we want to support you through the process. Please feel free to contact Alder Brook at any time if you wish to discuss a developing situation you are facing. We are here to help you either over the phone or by arranging a visit with one of our experienced team.
Once a permanent exclusion has been given, we aim to support you and your family in ensuring your child has started at Alder Brook within 5 days. It is important for you to be aware that there is a Risk of prosecution if your child is found in a public place during the first 5 school days. It is your responsibility to make sure your child isn’t in a public place during normal school hours unless there is a good reason.