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- Education Professionals
Since 2003, the headteachers of Coventry's 19 secondary schools have created an alternative to permanent exclusion called "Managed Moves".
Having pupils "dumped" on him was a serious issue for Robin Brabban, headteacher of Barr's Hill School when he arrived six years ago. But the scheme allows pupils to be transferred via a pupil referral unit from one school to another. For Martin Bonathan, head of inclusion, this offers a much more sympathetic approach for pupils and allows the negotiation of a fairer distribution of difficult and disruptive pupils between schools.
We hear from a variety of people who have been involved in the scheme:
See the resources and support materials page for links to more information on managing inclusion.
Part of the series: Primary NQTs