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Written statement of behaviour principles (maintained)

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Last updated on 12 January 2017
Statutory/mandatory for: Maintained schools Pupil referral units Non-maintained special schools What does this mean?
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What should a statement of behaviour principles include? We link to DfE guidance on the governors' statement of behaviour principles and examples from primary and secondary schools. We also include an update on whether the requirement for a written behaviour statement is being removed.

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Contents

  1. 1 Model policy from The Key
  2. 2 What is a statement of behaviour principles?
  3. 3 DfE guidance on writing the statement of behaviour principles
  4. 4 Statements of behaviour principles: primary examples
  5. 5 Statements of behaviour principles: secondary examples

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