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Governors with responsibility for behaviour

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Last updated on 27 June 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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What should I be doing as governor responsible for behaviour? Education expert Celia Grace suggests what might be expected of you as a 'behaviour governor'. Another expert suggests questions you could ask on a visit, and we link to a school behaviour policy that sets out the governor's monitoring role.

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  1. 1 Develop your understanding of behaviour management
  2. 2 Develop your understanding of behaviour management in your school
  3. 3 Monitoring and evaluating how the school manages behaviour
  4. 4 Questions to ask during a visit
  5. 5 Are there specific responsibilities for a link governor in a secondary school?

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