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Non-statutory policies and documents
Which non-statutory policies should schools have in place? It is up to schools to decide which non-statutory policies to hold. We explain how one school chooses the policies it needs. We also look at the non-statutory policies held by two schools, and how often these policies should be reviewed.
- Deciding which policies to hold
- Most popular policy articles
- Examples of policies held by schools
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