Education Training Workshop: Suspensions and Exclusions (Swanland)
June 28 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
A practical workshop to highlight the legal process around suspensions and exclusions in the education sector.
School leaders only suspend students as a last resort, and they do so with a heavy heart. However, when the decision is about permanent exclusion, those with statutory responsibility must have a detailed understanding of the process, their duties within it, and the parameters for decision-making. This is to ensure that the process is in line with the law and that reputational risk is well managed.
As this is a rare occurrence for most schools, it is recommended good practice that those involved (Senior Leaders, Headteachers, Governors and Trustees) receive regular updates and training.
Come and join us for this informative session which will highlight the legal process and ensure attendees receive some top tips about how to conduct themselves to avoid the common pitfalls.
Meet the speakers
Caroline is a commercial litigator with over 20 years’ experience acting on behalf of clients across a range of disputes. With extensive experience within the education sector, Caroline advises clients on a range of issues including those involving funding bodies, partner providers and learners.
Harriet specialises in charity law advising a variety of organisations in respect of their governance and regulation.
Sarah has over 20 years of school and Trust leadership experience. Until December 2021 she was Director of Education for a successful Multi Academy Trust in East Yorkshire.