If a child is admitted to school, a learning agreement is present with rights and obligations for parents and school. In the event of misconduct, the management may decide to suspend a child for one or two days.
If suspension does not help, temporary removal can take place, with the management contacting the school board and the inspectorate. This can lead to a final removal. In that case, the school board unilaterally terminates the learning agreement.
The temporary or permanent removal, of course, takes place on the basis of well-founded reasons. Parents can challenge the decision of the school board through the court.