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Social media: how to deal with negative comments or behaviour by parents
Use our internet acceptable use agreement for parents to help prevent inappropriate social media use. Learn how to deal with defamatory, negative or inappropriate social media use by parents, and use our template letters to respond to incidents.
- Internet acceptable use agreement for parents
- Parent codes of conduct
- Publicise your policies
- Letters to parents: templates and examples
- Banning parents from the school site
- Taking legal action
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