EOTAS

AcronymDefinition
EOTASExternal Operator Trouble Report Analysis System
EOTASEducated Other Than At School (UK)
EOTASEvery Object Tells a Story (museum website; UK)
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There are 34 EOTAS centres in Northern Ireland providing for the needs of extremely vulnerable pupils aged from five to 16.
The panel found: "Whilst Mrs Flett's actions as found proven were deliberate and she was not acting under duress, the culture and ethos at the School and EOTAS clearly had a causative impact.
Ms White said: "What other profession has to put up with that behaviour without adequate support?" She called for improvements to the system, including better information sharing if a student is moving between schools, or to an EOTAS unit.
Work is starting this month on a new purpose-built home for the EOTAS service, which will replace the outdated accommodation scattered at different locations across Swansea.
The Cabinet will also hear of plans to refurbish the former Teesville Infants School as a new facility for the Education Other Than At School (EOTAS) service.
Estyn said limitations associated with education other than at school (EOTAS) can have a negative impact on pupils' future study and employment prospects.
Mr Lewis has established an education other than at school (EOTAS) task and finish group, chaired by former chief schools inspector Ann Keane, to drive forward the necessary changes.
Feeling unsafe at school, Saoirse stopped attending and was referred to Strabane EOTAS, an alternative education provider where she started participating in the xl programme.
Redcar and Cleveland Council has confirmed that the executive headteacher of Pathways in Grangetown and EOTAS in Eston, Steve O'Gara, has "left the organisation".
Estyn said local authorities needed to adopt a strategic approach in relation to pupils receiving education other than at school (EOTAS).