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G. maths) • • • port centre allow him to work on his own in support centre to 'cool off' sessions with the psychologist praise where praise is due consistency between home and school about behaviour (helped by use of conduct sheet to be signed by mother t"rl >< '" ;:; each night) V> o· ;: '" ;: "'­ t"rl Jean A. (age 15) Mrs A. g. two classes) boyfriend trouble (being stalked and harassed by mentally ill ex-boyfriend) ill-health (epilepsy) problems relating to house tutor • second chance • teachers listening to both sides • of a story; discussing incident after 'cooling off' time smaller, friendlier schools • allowed to come in late to • avoid ex-boyfriend internal support unit (good • own decision to stay away from troublemakers � ;:; R '"0 ::: � � relationships) • constructive leisure activities ......

Thirdly, there is wide variation in the kinds of statis­ tics which local authorities collect. Local authorities have to rely on information supplied by schools. , 1997). As far as England is concerned, it is estimated that about 13,500 18 How Widespread is Exclusion ? 19 permanent exclusions had taken place in 1996/97. Parsons estimates that 10,890 pupils were permanently excluded from secondary schools, 1 ,856 from primary schools and 707 from special schools. The absolute numbers were worrying in themselves, but of greater con­ cern is that numbers have grown.

Maths) • • • port centre allow him to work on his own in support centre to 'cool off' sessions with the psychologist praise where praise is due consistency between home and school about behaviour (helped by use of conduct sheet to be signed by mother t"rl >< '" ;:; each night) V> o· ;: '" ;: "'­ t"rl Jean A. (age 15) Mrs A. g. two classes) boyfriend trouble (being stalked and harassed by mentally ill ex-boyfriend) ill-health (epilepsy) problems relating to house tutor • second chance • teachers listening to both sides • of a story; discussing incident after 'cooling off' time smaller, friendlier schools • allowed to come in late to • avoid ex-boyfriend internal support unit (good • own decision to stay away from troublemakers � ;:; R '"0 ::: � � relationships) • constructive leisure activities ......

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