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Staff codes of conduct: examples

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Last updated on 9 March 2017
Statutory/mandatory for: Maintained schools Academies Free schools Independent schools Sixth-form colleges Pupil referral units Non-maintained special schools What does this mean?
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In this article, you can download our model staff code of conduct, which is approved by a law firm and the NAHT. This article also sets out examples of staff codes of conduct from primary, secondary and special schools. You can see examples that cover the Prevent duty, and relay suggested contents for a code of conduct from a teaching school.

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Contents

  1. 1 Model code of conduct from The Key 
  2. 2 Codes of conduct from primary schools
  3. 3 Code of conduct from a secondary school
  4. 4 Code of conduct from a special school
  5. 5 Codes of conduct covering the Prevent duty
  6. 6 Advice from a teaching school: suggested contents

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  • 1 download
  • 9 external links

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