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Critical incident policies

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Last updated on 16 September 2016
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Are there examples of critical incident policies from schools? We look at DfE guidance on what an emergency plan should include, and link to examples of critical incident policies from primary and secondary schools. We also link to a model policy from a local authority.

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Contents

  1. 1 DfE guidance: what to include in a critical incident policy
  2. 2 Examples of policies from primary schools
  3. 3 Examples of policies from secondary schools
  4. 4 Example of a critical incident plan from a local authority

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