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Behaviour and discipline in schools guidance

12 April 2012

This statutory guidance from the DfE explains why maintained schools must have a behaviour policy, what it must cover and the role of the governing body and head teachers in shaping their school’s behaviour policy.

Behaviour and Discipline in Schools - governing bodies

This guide from the DfE provides advice to head teachers and school staff of all schools and academies on developing the behaviour policy and explains the powers members of staff have to discipline pupils.

Behaviour and Discipline in Schools - head teachers and staff

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