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Excluded children can still have hope: here’s the proof | Gaby Hinsliff16 Mar 2:00am

Excluded children can still have hope: here’s the proof | Gaby Hinsliff

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As arguments rage over knife crime, I’ve seen a school where troubled young people are turning their life around This summer, when she leaves school, Leah wants to become an art therapist. Her classmate Holly wants to do something with psychology, and for Sam it’s an apprenticeship with the police. None of this would be unusual except that Sam (not his real name), a chatty and engaging 16-year-old, used to spend his days at school
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