Non-Inclusive School

A Non-inclusive school means

  • children are likely to have poor mental health
    • higher risk of suicide and self-harm
    • increased use of alcohol and drugs
    • elevated levels of depression
    • lower self esteem and self worth
  • significant problems in later life
    • poor relationships
    • limited career choices
    • poorer physical health
  • more recorded incidents of bullying
    • inability to focus and concentrate
    • poorer grades and academic achievement
    • negative influence on further education choices
  • low levels of pupil engagement
  • poor relationships with parents and carers
    • negative impact on school’s reputation
    • lower levels of support from the community
    • increased staff stress levels
    • declining numbers of pupils on roll

The school is more likely to be judged as having “serious weaknesses” in an Ofsted inspection.


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