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Schools need to support not exclude adopted children

Some months ago I raised concerns about children being taken into care having to wait for long periods of time before being offered a school place when their foster placements ws some distance from any previous school. 517 more words

Education

The Behaviour Debate.

I love weekends. It means I don’t have to go anywhere, I don’t have to answer email and frankly, I can stay in my pyjamas for several days and nobody is the wiser. 739 more words

General

How to Restore the deleted/quarantined items by Windows Defender?

Sometimes Windows Defender can detect your custom app, .exe file or other files as a threat and might have been deleted by the defender. If you want to restore it back here are some steps to follow. 272 more words

Exclusions

insurance plans for a small business

Research appropriate insurance plans

Research, identify, and describe appropriate insurance plans for a small business. Option includes interviewing an insurance broker or searching the library/Internet for information. 114 more words

Academic Writing

Permanent and fixed-period exclusions in England: 2015 to 2016

The short report on national performance on exclusions is worth reading as it draws out some themes around reason for exclusion, biasses by disadvantage, gender and ethnicity. 187 more words

Data

Trying to get the right mediclaim can make you sick with worry

Anybody who has struggled with trying to select a mediclaim policy will know how painful it can be. There is plenty of choice and lots of hard sales push, but no way to know what works for you. 230 more words

Expense Account

Rising number of exclusions: a worrying trend

The DfE has published the data for exclusions during the 2015/16 school year. https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/permanent-and-fixed-period-exclusions-in-england-2015-to-2016 The number of permanent exclusions across all state-funded primary, secondary and special schools has increased from 5,795 in 2014/15 to 6,685 in 2015/16.  537 more words

Education