ITV News Anglia has produced a series of reports on the education of children and young people after exclusion from school.
18-year-old Kahmal Sealey from Norwich has turned his life around after being permanently excluded from school.
Kahmal went to the Short Stay School for Norfolk two years ago, after his behaviour got him into serious trouble. He and his father feared the worst, but the trauma of being kicked out of school was just the beginning of Kahmal's transformation.
Click below to watch the report by ITV News Anglia Education Correspondent Elodie Harper
Life as a teenager can be difficult and confusing - even more so when you are excluded from school.
In the second of our series of reports on education after exclusion, we meet 15 year old Destiny. She tells us what life is like when you go to a school where all your classmates have been excluded too.
And her head teacher tells ITV News that increasing numbers of children are being kicked out, as schools struggle to improve their results.
Click below to watch Elodie Harper's report:
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In a series of reports, ITV News Anglia is looking at at how some of the East of England's most challenging and vulnerable children are educated.
We were given exclusive access to film at The Short Stay School for Norfolk - an academy with 8 sites across the county which takes in the children other schools have permanently excluded.
We start off at The Compass - a centre in Great Yarmouth run jointly with the NHS - which teaches children who have faced enormous challenges in their short lives.
One child there, 8 year old Josh, told Elodie Harper his story.
The Prince of Wales has been joining a thousand budding scientists in Essex as part of a royal visit.
He's been at the Big Bang Fair in Colchester, which demonstrates the importance of science to youngsters.
Prince Charles has been seeing how cow-tracking technology can improve the animals' welfare and how a computer game is being used to model Alzheimer's disease.
The Prince of Wales will join a thousand budding young scientists in Essex today.
He'll be at the Big Bang Fair in Colchester which demonstrates the importance of science to youngsters.
Prince Charles will get to see how cow-tracking technology can improve the animals' welfare and a computer game is being used to model Alzheimer's Disease.
The Head teacher of a Suffolk school fears its reputation may suffer after Ofsted claimed it wasn't adequately guarding children against extremism.
Concerns were raised after an inspection at St Benedict's Catholic school in Bury St Edmunds in September. The report was withdrawn days later, but Ofsted continues to list the school along with 10 others as not promoting British values.
Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Victoria Lampard