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Staff conduct: when are spoken and written warnings used?
What type of conduct warrants a spoken or written warning for staff? Oral and written warnings are usually given for instances of misconduct. We refer to the Teachers' Standards and relay advice on issuing warnings and 'management guidance'.
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