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Behaviour and safeguarding committees: terms of reference

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Last updated on 23 February 2017
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Are there terms of reference for behaviour and safeguarding committees? Schools use a range of committee structures to manage responsibility for these areas. We refer to examples of terms of reference that reflect some of these structures, and link to further guidance on these areas.

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  1. 1 Safeguarding committee
  2. 2 Pastoral committees
  3. 3 Pupil welfare committees
  4. 4 Other committees for behaviour, safety and safeguarding

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