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Sixth forms: removing students with poor attendance

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updated on 10 April 2018
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Sixth forms can set their own attendance policies but must follow formal exclusion procedures when removing a student due to poor attendance. Read guidance on removing students and look at examples of attendance procedures from sixth forms.

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  1. 1 Set attendance requirements
  2. 2 Have a clear policy
  3. 3 Notify LA of removal
  4. 4 Students with SEN
  5. 5 Attendance procedures: examples
  6. 6 Benchmarking attendance

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