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    It is a requirement of the new document 'Inspecting Safeguarding in Early Years' to have a Staff Behaviour Policy.

    Staff Behaviour Policy

    I have written some guidance which you might find useful - thank you to my colleague Rebecca for proofing it for me and making useful suggestions.

    If you have any questions please ask!

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    Sarah - thank you, very useful!

    I'm assuming if I don't have staff then I don't need a "Staff behaviour policy" but would need to show awareness of the changes if questioned by Ofsted?

    Miffy xx
    Keep smiling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by miffy View Post
    Sarah - thank you, very useful!

    I'm assuming if I don't have staff then I don't need a "Staff behaviour policy" but would need to show awareness of the changes if questioned by Ofsted?

    Miffy xx
    Yes I would say that's a good way of looking at it

    I hope you are well x

 

 

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