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Statement of behaviour principles: model and examples

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Last updated on 15 February 2017
Statutory/mandatory for: Maintained schools Pupil referral units Non-maintained special schools What does this mean?
Policy article
Must schools have a statement of behaviour principles? We explain which schools are required to have a written statement of behaviour principles, and relay guidance on what these should contain. We also point to examples of statements from schools, and link to information about behaviour policies.

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Contents

  1. 1 Model policy from The Key
  2. 2 Requirements
  3. 3 Contents of a statement of behaviour principles
  4. 4 Examples of statements from schools

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