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My Visit to @jordyjax PRU

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cherrylkd

Despite being a teacher of children with special educational needs for 14 years I have never visited a PRU. I’ve long been interested in PRUs and how they work because I have a penchant for children with challenging behaviours. We have a few children in my school who display interesting behaviours but most are very poorly children. I wanted to visit a PRU but there are none nearby. Enter @jordyjax a Deputy Head teacher, and a lovely invitation to see her PRU in action.

‘Children and young people educated in alternative provision (AP) are among the most vulnerable.
Prus are one type of AP. They are Local Authority establishments which provide education for children unable to attend mainstream schools. There were 393 PRUs in operation in February 2013.’ (DfE April 2013).

As we all know every child is entitled to an education, whoever they are. That said there are some…

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