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Physical restraint policies
Your school isn't required to have a physical restraint policy, but its a good idea to include information about how you use physical restraint in your behaviour policy. Read examples of physical restraint policies from schools to help you develop your own policy.
- Physical restraint policies are not statutory
- Primary schools
- Secondary schools
- Special school
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