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Reporting racist incidents in school

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Last updated on 15 March 2017
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Must we report a racist incident to our local authority? We look at whether schools have to report racist incidents to the local authority (LA) or police. You will also find policies from schools on dealing with racism, and incident report forms from LAs.

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Contents

  1. 1 Racist incidents
  2. 2 Racist bullying
  3. 3 Policies from schools
  4. 4 Forms for reporting incidents: LA examples
  5. 5 Staff digest: anti-buylling

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