What Makes Alternative Provision Successful?

Education for expelled pupils is set to be overhauled as the government prepares to hand schools the power to arrange alternative learning. This Ofsted report evaluates the use of off-site alternative provision by schools and pupil referral units. Schools and pupil referral units can use a range of alternative provision to try to prevent students from being excluded, or to re-engage students in their education. The report considers what makes alternative provision successful and examines some of the current issues associated with its use. Leadership Briefing 6.02(62)

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