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Behaviour and attendance: An initial review and in-depth audit for primary schools

Publication date:
Oct 2003
Ref:
0758-2003
Audience:
Attendance lead, B&A strategic lead, Deputy headteacher, Headteacher, Inclusion staff, Leading teacher
Function:
Continuing professional development (CPD), Good practice, Guidance, Research, Training materials
Format:
Report

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Tackling behaviour and attendance issues is the shared responsibility of every member of the school community. This initial review and the in-depth audits are intended to help you recognise your good practice and build on it, as well as focus on those areas that warrant further attention. They will work best when used as a part of your regular school improvement cycle, helping you to review the impact of your current procedures, including the statutory behaviour and anti-bullying policies.

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