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Dealing with abusive visitors in schools: policies

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Last updated on 25 August 2015
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Are there any policies on dealing with abusive visitors? In this article, we link to a model policy on managing violent or abusive visitors from the NAHT. We also refer to three schools' policies on dealing with aggressive behaviour from parents and visitors.

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Contents

  1. 1 NAHT model policy: managing violent and abusive visitors
  2. 2 Examples of policies from schools
  3. 3 Guidance on dealing with offensive visitors in school

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