Tag Archives: Exclusion

The 1.30 Club

I was watching ‘Born Naughty?’ on Channel 4 last night. The mother of a young boy thought her son had a chronic sleep issue which manifested as frequent periods of stressful wakefulness throughout the night. The knock-on effect of this … Continue reading

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Behaviour Matters

A friend of mine recently suggested that I write a blog about a typical working day at the Pupil Referral Unit I teach at; I decided to give it a go. At the very least, I thought, it might provide … Continue reading

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Does Inclusion Work for Anyone?

I don’t work in a mainstream school and I don’t teach mainstream pupils. I teach pupils for whom the latest coded term is ‘vulnerable and complex’. Many of those that I work with have been excluded from mainstream provision because … Continue reading

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