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Behaviour and discipline: DfE guidance
Is there DfE guidance on behaviour in school? We look at the Department for Education's advice for headteachers and school staff on behaviour and discipline, outlining what it says about behaviour policies, punishing poor behaviour, sanctions, detention, confiscation, reasonable force and isolation.
- Behaviour policy
- Punishing poor behaviour
- Punishing pupils for poor behaviour outside school
- Confiscation of inappropriate items
- Power to use reasonable force
- Use of isolation
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