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A programme of alternative provision may be offered to a pupil if they are experiencing problems with their school's mainstream curriculum offer.
This may include issues relating to behaviour and attendance, or where a pupil is seen to not be achieving good academic outcomes.
- In general, most pupils will access a programme of alternative provision on a part-time basis (e.g. half a day, one day a week) alongside the school's core curriculum offer.
- However, there are some pupils who may be timetabled with an external provider on a full-time basis.
- In these circumstances, providers of alternative provision must ensure pupils have access to core curriculum subjects (i.e. English, mathematics, science) and be given the opportunity to take appropriate and accredited qualifications that help them to progress into further education or training.
- Young people that have been permanently excluded from school may also access alternative provision. This will usually be arranged by the local authority and may include a permanent placement in a pupil referral unit.
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