Inclusion in Stockton Presentation to Children and Young

Inclusion in Stockton Presentation to Children and Young

Inclusion in Stockton Presentation to Children and Young People Select Committee, 24.1.18. 1 01/28/2020 Circulated Documents Exclusion from maintained schools, academies and pupil referral units in England (Statutory Guidance, Sept 2017) Fair Access Policy Managed Moves Policy InYear Transfer Policy https://www.stockton.gov.uk/children-and-young-people/schools/school-admissions-and-transfers/school-transfers/ Fixed Term Exclusion data 2014/15 All Pupils No. of Exclusions All Schools National 302980 902 All Schools Stockton Non-SEN K* E** % of NOR No. of Exclusions % of NOR No. of Exclusions % of NOR No. of Exclusions % of NOR 3.9% 3.0% 148170 471 2.3% 1.8% 121260 384

12.3% 10.0% 33540 47 15.1% 5.7% All Pupils No. of % of Exclusions NOR All Schools National 339360 4.3% All Schools Stockton 983 3.2% 2015/16 Non-SEN K No. of % of No. of % of Exclusions NOR Exclusions NOR 181010 2.7% 125090 13.7% 574 2.2% 350 9.2% All Pupils No. of % of Exclusions NOR All Schools National *** *** All Schools Stockton 3133 10.0% 2016/17 Non-SEN K No. of % of No. of % of Exclusions NOR Exclusions NOR *** ***

*** *** 1819 6.9% 1051 27.1% E** No. of Exclusions 33265 59 % of NOR 15.0% 7.5% E** No. of Exclusions *** 263 % of NOR *** 31.7% Permanent Exclusion Data PEx Year Group breakdown Pex breakdown by year groups Year 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18* Y6 0 0 0 0 0 1 Y7 2 5 3 3 3 0 Y8 2 2 4 4 7 1

Y9 3 6 2 5 8 3 Y10 3 3 7 5 11 4 Y11 2 2 1 1 6 5 * this figure is as at 28.11.17. There were a further 4 pex up to end of Autumn term; 1 x Y5; 3 x Y11 Total PEx 12 18 17 18 35 14 School level FT & PEx data TOTAL EXCLUSIONS BY SCHOOL - 5 YEAR TREND SCHOOL 2012/13 FTE PEX 2013/14 FTE PEX 2014/15 FTE PEX Sept-Nov 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 FTE PEX FTE PEX FTE PEX NOR** Conversion to Academy Academy Trust Secondary All Saints 27

0 43 0 40 0 39 1 70 1 1 0 728 1st May 2013 Conyers Egglescliffe Ian Ramsey Ingleby Manor Free School Northfield North Shore Academy Our Lady & St Bede Outwood Bishopsgarth St Michael's St Patrick's Catholic College The Grangefield 52 23 61 0 0 0 33 11 51 2 0 1 31 20 29 2 0

0 43 24 58 2 0 2 60 53 80 3 0 0 17 12 34 1 0 1 1056 1510 1175 1st Feb 2013 1st Sept 2016 1st Sept 2014 0 140 0 1 0 144 0 3 0 111 1 1 0 60 0 2 0 145 0 4 0

28 0 3 465 1371 52 41 3 0 71 54 3 0 96 98 5 2 210 69 2 1 426 112 5 2 757 3 3 1 670 821 1st Sept 2010 1st Sept 2014 Northern Education Trust Carmel Education Trust 40 90 1 2 83 60 3 3

105 68 0 3 412 101 1 1 1566 71 9 2 728 37 4 0 475 904 1st Nov 2016 1st Sept 2013 Outwood Grange Academies Trust Carmel Education Trust 62 104 2 2 60 0 1 1 43 26 0 1 67 20 2 2 74 57 2 3 87 47

0 0 514 624 1st Sept 2015 1st Jan 2014 Thornaby Academy 163 Bishopton Centre PRU 58 TOTAL 913 ** Taken from School 1 84 1 84 2 56 2 253 4 35 0 361 1st Sept 2010 0 12 113 807 0 18 112 863 0 17 35 1821 1 14

N/A N/A 33 0 1192 18 35 0 3002 35 Stand-alone; Nov 2016 became Conyers MultiAcademy Trust Vision Academy Learning Trust Dayspring Trust N/A (opened 1st Sept 2014) N/A Delta Academies Trust N/A Our Lady of Light Catholic Academy Trust Northern Education Trust Formerly Teesside University; in Sept 2016 became Teesside Learning Trust Census Autumn 2017 Primary Hardwick Green 1 1st June 2013 Enquire Academy Trust Current days lost education to FTEx Number of days lost to FTEx (Whole school) NOR (census 2017) Avg days FTEx/100 pupils on roll 7 728 0.96 Conyers (with 6th form) 71.5 1056

6.77 Egglescliffe (with 6th form) 46.5 1510 3.08 Grangefield 134 624 21.47 Ian Ramsey 98.5 1175 8.38 Northfield 201 1371 14.66 Northshore 831 670 124.03 OLSB 13 821 1.6 Outwood Bishopsgarth 1202 475 253.05 St Michaels 87.5 904

9.68 St Patricks 184 514 35.80 Thornaby Academy 76 361 21.05 School/ Academy All Saints Cost to the LA of Permanent Exclusions Provision Number of Places Cost per place Budgeted cost Bishopton 50 10,000 500,000 The Keys (Mbro) 5 14,000 70,000 Hartlepool PRU 3 18,000 54,000 Westlands 4 19,000 76,000

Placement cost to date Various (including 500,000 ? (18 in home [email protected] 6, Term 1) additional transport costs) Approx 300/wk/child tuition Transport circa 700/yr if bus pass Additional cost (1 term) 200,00 Pex Progress data Case Study Elective Home Education EHE 17/18 Number of pupils Electively Home Educated as at 18.1.2018 Year Group Number of Pupils 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Total 1 8 6 4 7 9 13 13 14 18 24 117 Primary total: 35 Secondary total: 82

Elective Home Education AUTUMN TERM 2017 19 new referrals have been received during the autumn term. Reasons for EHE during Autumn Term 2017 Dissatisfaction with school SEND Dissatisfaction with school bullying General dissatisfaction with school 4 Parents did not provide reason 0 Health/Emotional Health 6 Difficulty in accessing a school place Did not get school preference 1 To avoid attendance fines/prosecution Philosophical/religious reasons 0 Other Categories taken from adcs survey (Sept 17) 5 0 0 1 2 Elective Home Education 8 pupils who were previously EHE have enrolled with local schools within the Autumn Term. 7 EHE cases have been prevented this term by working with parents and schools to resolve issues that have led to parents wishing to withdraw children from school. 9 (19 pupils) families have refused monitoring visits from the EHE worker. Letters have been sent to parents introducing the EHE Officer and requesting contact. Evidence of work completed requested from families who continue to decline visits from LA. Where evidence has not been provided School Attendance Orders will be sought (2 warning letters have been issued Autumn Term). The team continue to work with 98 pupils who are electively home educated, completing home visits, initial plans, monitoring reports as well as providing advice and signposting to other services/education providers. Example Behaviour Policies Primary Academy http://www.hardwickgreenacademy.co.uk/website/policies/298811 http://www.nortonacademy.org/our-academy/policies Primary Maintained http://www.st-johnthebaptist.org.uk/policies/ Secondary Academy http://www.bishopsgarth.outwood.com/policies http://www.northshoreacademy.org.uk/our-academy/policies http:// www.ianramsey.org.uk/index.php/2015-11-18-11-04-22/2014-12-06-23-38-3 0 Secondary Maintained http://www.northfieldssc.org/about/policies-1

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