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Classroom displays: are they the teacher's responsibility?

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Last updated on 16 March 2017
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Who should be responsible for classroom displays? We refer to guidance on whether putting up displays counts as an administrative task, and outline union perspectives on teachers' responsibilities for classroom displays. We also link to school policies which set out who has this responsibility.

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Contents

  1. 1 Guidance on administrative tasks
  2. 2 Is putting up classroom displays an administrative task?
  3. 3 Union and expert perspectives 
  4. 4 Display policies from schools

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