Refugee mobility ‘disrupting schools’

The mobility of refugee and asylum seeking children is holding back
some schools, according to Ofsted’s latest annual report.

The 2001-2 report says the number of refugee children moving around
the education system is having a negative impact.

“[The] high mobility of pupils, often including large numbers of
refugeesÉputs pressure on specialist resources and disrupts
the continuity of teaching and learning,” it says. 

The Annual Report on Standards and Quality in Education

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