- Membership / Join Us
- Store / Online Shop
- Weekly Alert Newsletter
- Upcoming Events
- News Stories
- Conference Calendar
- Conference Reports
- Teacher Training Courses
- Parent Information
- Funding, Fees and Subsidies Available
- Making a Complaint
- Childcare/ECE Options
- Articles on ECE Services
- Research Snippets
- ECE Jargon Dictionary
- Feedback Testimonials
When the Behaviour of a Child Interferes with Your Ability to Provide a Safe and Educational Environment for All Children - Terminating Enrolment and Exclusion
A member has asked whether her centre can terminate the enrolment of a child whose behaviour has left other children crying, disrupts the programme, and requires constant individual supervision. She's worried about what will happen to her centre's reputation if the parent goes to the local newspaper and she's worried also about how this might reflect on the skills of herself and staff in admitting that they cannot cope with the child's behaviour anymore.
Below is some top advice from early childhood teachers and service providers and alternatives to exclusion.
This page is open to members who hold an ECE Centre or Home-based ECE Service, Tertiary Education, Department or Institution membership.
If you currently hold an Individual Membership but would like access to management materials and support please talk with your employer or organisation about joining your ECE service or Institution.
To read the full article, other information and comments on this page make sure you have logged-in as a member with your organisation's username and password.
"Future for Children". The 2nd national Early Childhood Policy Forum 2011 (1 match)
How much is Literacy a Part of Early Childhood Education? (1 match)
Across the Whole of Africa - A Call To Monitor and Advocate for Early Childhood Care Policies and Budgets (1 match)
Children's Commission Inquiry into Under 2s in Non-Parental ECE Childcare (1 match)
Volume 13 (2010) and full-text copies of papers (1 match)