Teaching the children who have been excluded from school
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Teaching pupils who have been excluded

The number of children being excluded from schools in London has sharply risen over the past few years.

Some blame a zero tolerance approach to bad behaviour while others say it's a lack of support for teachers.

The Limes College in Sutton, south-west London, takes in children who have been thrown out of mainstream school.

Classes are much smaller with about 100 pupils attending the school.

Pupils are also given one-on-one tutoring to try to help turn their lives around.

  • 13 Sep 2018
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