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Analysing your exclusions and behaviour data
Find out how to embed analysis of this data into your practice. You'll be able to support school improvement and show Ofsted you're proactive in identifying and addressing issues. Here's what to look for and how to take action.
- Look for patterns and trends
- Cover exclusions as part of an overall behavioural analysis
- Conduct your analysis at regular intervals
- Use your MIS
- Report to your governors
- Take action
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