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Statutory policies and documents (PRUs)

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Last updated on 1 November 2016
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What policies must a pupil referral unit (PRU) have? We list the policies that a PRU must have in place, as set out by the Department for Education. We also look at how changes to the management of PRUs affect their policies.

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  1. 1 List of statutory policies and documents for PRUs
  2. 2 Further policies and documents required by statutory guidance
  3. 3 Do changes to the management of PRUs affect the policies required?
  4. 4 Which policies does Ofsted expect a PRU to have?

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