Exclusions & Fair Access

The Fair Access and Exclusions Team provides support for children and young people, parents/carers, school leaders, governing bodies and other professionals with exclusions and ensuring pupil recieve a suitable education. The team also work to secure the right school/setting place for children and young people who meet the 'Hard to Place' criteria within the the Fair Access Protocol.

The Fair Access protocol ensures that ‘hard to place’ pupils are admitted quickly to a mainstream school in order to minimise the number of pupils in Worcestershire County Council area who are at risk of underachievement through being out of school.

Information can be found on the Worcestershire County Council website. Please click the links below to be redirected to the website:    

Children in Employment        

Children in Entertainment

Children Missing Education (CME)       

Home Education (also known as Elective Home Education or education otherwise than at school)                                                                                                                  

The team are also responsible for In-Year admissions applications

Contact details:

Exclusions
01905 678200

 
PrimeExclusions@babcockinternational.com

Children in Employment or Entertainment
01905 678257

PrimeCEE@babcockinternational.com
Children Missing Education
01905 678200
 
PrimeCME@babcockinternational.com
Elective Home Education
01905 678200
 
PrimeElectiveHomeEducation@babcockinternational.com

Resources

SENDIASS -

SEND Information, Advice and Support Service (formerly Parent Partnership Service) - 01905 768153 - SENDIASS@worcestershire.gov.uk

Actions for Headteachers following a decision to permanently exclude a pupil

EHE Deregistration Notification Form - Advisory

Elective Home Education Referral form - For schools to complete and return for notification of Elective Home Education

EHE Deregistration Notification Form

Elective Home Education Referral form - For schools to complete and return for notification of Elective Home Education

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