Inspections Clinic: Behaviour in the classroom

Jo Stephenson
Tuesday, March 31, 2020

The government has unveiled plans to tackle unruly behaviour in schools. Ofsted’s Daniel Muijs explains to Jo Stephenson that a consistent approach and good-quality training are key to a good inspection outcome.

Ofsted expects school behaviour policies to have due consideration for the needs of pupils with complex needs. Picture: Monkey Business/Adobe Stock
Ofsted expects school behaviour policies to have due consideration for the needs of pupils with complex needs. Picture: Monkey Business/Adobe Stock

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