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Recording disciplinary incidents

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Last updated on 19 May 2017
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How should schools record behaviour incidents that lead to disciplinary action? In this article, we relay advice from one of our associate education experts on recording disciplinary information. You will also find advice on how long to retain records of pupils' behaviour.

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Contents

  1. 1 Information to record
  2. 2 Method of recording
  3. 3 Deciding which incidents to record
  4. 4 Retaining records

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