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Behaviour policies: requirements and examples

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Last updated on 15 February 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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Are there examples of behaviour policies? We set out requirements for school behaviour policies and link to examples from primary, secondary and special schools. You will find tips on writing an implementing a behaviour policy, and a downloadable KeyDoc checklist to help you write your own.

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Contents

  1. 1 Requirements
  2. 2 DfE advice
  3. 3 Downloadable checklist
  4. 4 Top tips
  5. 5 Examples
  6. 6 Equality considerations

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