You’ve been excluded from school – what now?
You spend a lot of time in school, which is why there can often also be problems.
- Have you been reprimanded at school?
- Have you been moved to a different class?
- Have you experienced other consequences because of your behaviour?
- Or are you expecting to go to a special school?
These matters all concern you directly. That is why it is important that you can give your opinion, and that it is heard. Does the school only talk to your parents about such matters? Do you have the feeling that your opinion is not important? Then give us a call!
Whenever it’s about you, it is important that you are listened to and that your opinion matters. This is your right. If the court or the KESB (Child and Adult Protection Authority) make a decision that impacts you, they will invite you to a hearing. At the hearing, you will be listened to and you can ask questions.
The KESB (Child and Adult Protection Authority), social workers, courts and the police are there to provide you with help and support and to safeguard your rights. However, there are also times when things do not work as they should. In such cases, you can contact us and we will help you.