Each school has a written behaviour policy, which sets out the boundaries of acceptable behaviour. Schools are entitled to expect the support of parents, and they will ask parents to be involved if their child is misbehaving. Within the law and a whole-school behaviour policy, headteachers and teachers have legal authority to impose reasonable sanctions and to promote and uphold good behaviour. Exclusion from school on the grounds of poor behaviour is the most extreme form this can take.

An exclusion is when the headteacher, whilst carrying out the duty to maintain good order of a school exercises his/her right to sanction a child for a serious offence, which falls outside the boundaries of acceptable behaviour as outlined in the school's behaviour policy.

You should be able request a copy of the policy from your childs school or download it from their website.

 

Behaviour Support Service

Childrens Services

Smithills Dean Road

Bolton

BL1 6JS

Telephone 01204 338133
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