Head teachers in Hampshire will no longer be able to wash their hands of the troublesome students they have expelled.Oh, great! I can’t see any reason why this shouldn’t be a stonking success! Can you?
New measures would mean heads will be responsible for youngsters’ education even after they have been expelled – with exam results and truancy figures counting against the previous school’s record.
I mean, we all saw what behaviour they could get away with already…
Schools Minister Nick Gibb has unveiled the proposals, to be piloted ahead of a possible roll out across the country.Today, Hampshire! Tomorrow, the rest of the failing school system!
Ministers say too many youngsters are condemned to a future of failure when they are sent to the likes of Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) under the care of local authorities.So instead, heads will dig their heels in even harder over expelling the little s**ts and instead they’ll drag down everyone’s school experience…
Great! Who said we had a ‘terrible, right wing Tory government’ again?
The Department for Education pointed to figures showing less than two of 174 16-year-olds in “alternative provision” in Hampshire, and the same low number in Southampton secured five good GCSE results, including English and Maths, according to the latest figures.And did anyone at the DoE stop and think ‘Well, maybe that’s the fault of the students themselves’…?