Provision of ‘Exclusion Packs’
By Sean O’Neill For over ten years, the School Exclusion Project has provided parents and guardians with free legal representation in challenging... Read More
Robbed of their rights: Do School Exclusion Hearings Breach Human Rights?
By Anirudh Mandagere. Any decisions taken by schools, including the decision to exclude, must be lawful, rational, fair and proportionate. The legal... Read More
School exclusions and Children’s Rights
By Naomi Webber. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is an international treaty, signed and ratified by... Read More
The School Exclusion Project – a brief overview
At the beginning of the year, every GDL student is greeted with the usual whirlwind of information; lectures, seminars, introductory talks, mooting,... Read More
Exclusion driven by genetic discrimination?
By Natasha Isaac. The Times recently reported on the story of 11-year-old Colman Chadham who was excluded from Jordan Middle School, California... Read More
Four disabled children excluded by Birmingham Primary School.
By Charles McCombe Nonsuch Primary School, in the Woodgate Valley area of Birmingham, has received both local and national attention after expelling... Read More
Meet our reps – Josh Hepple
I heard about the School Exclusion Project last year during my Law studies and many of my friends were representatives on the... Read More
Spending Review – Put your money where your mouth is!
By Phoebe Whitlock, Student Representative at The School Exclusion Project. Last Wednesday’s Spending Review has provided the clearest indication yet of the... Read More
More illegal exclusions at Academy Schools
By David Wilson and Mark Greaves. In a new blow to the government’s education policy, academies were accused yesterday in an article for... Read More
Gove admits link between exclusion and criminality
By Alice Bacon, Chief Director of the School Exclusion Project and pupil barrister at 3PB from Autumn 2015. Michael Gove, appearing before... Read More