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Staff codes of conduct: guidance and FAQs

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Last updated on 10 January 2017
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Must we have a staff code of conduct? We outline advice on requirements to have a code of conduct, how to introduce and embed it and how often to review it. We also look at whether Ofsted inspectors may look at them and whether staff should sign them.

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  1. 1 Requirements
  2. 2 Model code of conduct from The Key 
  3. 3 Introducing a code of conduct
  4. 4 Embedding it throughout the school
  5. 5 Reviewing the code of conduct
  6. 6 FAQs

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