Firstly, it’s not true that most schools are moving to restorative approaches; this is still relatively rare in most areas. And secondly, it’s not that this girl’s behavior was not compatible with mainstream education, but that mainstream education has lost its humanity and shifted so far from normal and acceptable ways of treating young people that it isn’t compatible with them. You can think of those with LD as a sort of weather vane: if a school can’t even treat a child with Pitbull Pitbullvengers Shirt LD decently, then you can be certain it’s getting other things badly wrong too. They have their own fears/anxieties which need to be addressed. Some might fare better in specialist schools, but others thrive in mainstream schools often with the assistance of an aide who can calm them or explain things to them when they need extra assistance.
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This is a loving and inclusive approach which has great success. Placing a child on their own does nothing for them. They will just feel more isolated and different. They do not learn what is expected of them with this approach. I think you’re right that children with additional needs should be taught in the mainstream if possible, but they often need a lot of support. Sadly that support has diminished over the years to the detriment of these pupils and their peers. It should also be said that pupils with additional needs are not always the most disruptive members of a class. The Pitbull Pitbullvengers Shirt school could easily have avoided this by helping Sophie to cope with a planned change in the classroom, instead they punished her for her disability- which is illegal. Sophie wasn’t stealing education from others she was reacting to something the school had done which is 100% avoidable.