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More and more schools are now speaking to Nisai about solutions for the problem of fixed term and permanent exclusions. Students are ending up at home, which is where they want to be and school attendance figures are directly impacted by this.
This article from BBC News portrays the shocking truth of schools using student isolation as a “gateway to excluding and off-rolling”. The article also highlights that more than 5000 learners with special education needs in England have spent time in isolation.
Many of our schools will use our short term programmes to keep students onsite providing the school with an alternative programme of study, allowing them to retain control and giving the student an opportunity to “step-out” from the mainstream.
Nisai can help students achieve quality, accredited education no matter what their background, behaviour or personal situation. Disruptive students who study with Nisai can be away from the mainstream classroom environment but still engage in group session through our live, online classes. We work with schools, parents and local authorities to support these students and we are able to report on each student’s attendance, behaviour and contribution during each class.
In many cases the behaviour can be down to them seeing the reaction of others, lack of differentiation within the class, an undiagnosed special education need or maybe things which are going on outside of the school environment. Our short-term courses are used for student re-engagement, covering gaps in a part-time timetable and also periods of fixed-term exclusion.
Longer term programmes are available for learners who are unable to be in a classroom environment and can access Nisai from school, home, public libraries or anywhere with a computer and an internet connection. This flexibility provides a route for learners who can be disruptive in class to still achieve and keep up to date with their studies.
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