Presented by Foteini Tseliou

School exclusions can have a negative effect on children’s lives, with relevant research highlighting the need to identify how pupil-specific and a school- or area- level differences could shape exclusion practices and educational outcomes across the pupil population of Wales. Although the link between school exclusion and adverse outcomes has been investigated, the medium- and long-term pathways that lead to school exclusions are less clear. The aim of this project was to longitudinally investigate key factors linked to school exclusions, taking into account both excluded pupils and school exclusion instances.

These analyses were implemented as part of the Excluded Lives project, a multi-disciplinary collaboration across multiple UK universities which aims to investigate school exclusion using qualitative, quantitative and policy-oriented methods.

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