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Staff conduct: when are spoken and written warnings used?
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- 1 ACAS and the NUT: warnings are usually used for misconduct
- 2 Deciding whether to give a spoken or a written warning
- 3 Examples of misconduct from a school procedure
- 4 Teachers' Standards: advice on professional conduct
- 5 Can warnings ever be informal?
- 5 external links
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