Don’t Exclude Me – 30 September 2021 – 30/9/2021 – BBC Two

Series 1 Episode 1 of 2 – With school exclusions at their highest in a decade, behavioural expert Marie Gentles visits Milton Hall Primary School in Southend to help the school manage their most challenging pupils. Marie previously spent ten years as the headteacher of a Pupil Referral Unit, and her experience working with children outside of mainstream education has helped her develop techniques that can help avoid exclusions completely.

The film follows her time at the school as she helps teachers and parents work together to keep children in class. She starts with eight-year-old Jack, who is struggling to contain his emotions in school. Her second pupil is six-year-old Oscar, who has already had three fixed term exclusions, where he has been sent away from school. At home mum and dad are also struggling to cope – can she help them?



About Don’t Exclude Me

With school exclusions at their highest in a decade, behavioural expert Marie Gentles visits Milton Hall Primary School in Southend to help the school manage their most challenging pupils.

This show is broadcast on BBC Two, also known as the British Broadcasting Corporation.

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1 Response

  1. Philip McElwee says:

    Don’t exclude me-what!!!
    This lady loves the sound of her own voice, why doesn’t she take the whole class and model how to cope with extreme behavioural problems within a real class situation, she is obviously one of the new breed of get out quick .
    After 40 years and more of teaching and i mean teaching -as well as being a headteacher in very difficult schools-i met many “experts” like this young women, rarely did they ever stand in front of a whole class and model. They patronised extremely talented teachers and were paid!! Looking at this programme my heart went out to the children/pupils( not students), who were forced to cope with endless disruptions. I was shocked at staff involved for a couple of badly behaved pupols, including what i presume was a non-teaching deputy headteacher , what a waste of funds
    Yes, the children highlighted did need support but not with more age old behaviour charts(presumably funding some agency) and not not to the detriment of those children who just want to love school and learning

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