North Lincolnshire has one of the highest exclusion rates in the country
NORTH Lincolnshire has the fourth highest exclusion rate in the country after 110% rise according to figures released by the Department for Education.
The figures, from 2014-15, show that the region has an exclusion rate of 8.71 per 100 pupils.
The figures also show that from 2012-13 to 2014-15 the region saw fixed term exclusions rise by 110%.
'It's only a matter of time before a storm brings 40ft trees crashing down onto our home'
Barnsley, Middlesbrough and Rotherham were the only areas in England with a higher percentage of exclusions.
Nationally, there were 5,800 permanent exclusions... read more
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