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Research and further reading

Kinder et al (p38-46) also list a hierarchy of personal and institutional sanctions available to teachers.

It is worth a reminder here that although the preference is always to notice and promote positive behaviours in the classroom, there are times when sanctions may be required. When things do go wrong it is our professional duty to put things right with students. You should perhaps reacquaint yourself with the latest DfE advice on behaviour in schools

Reparation and Restorative Justice is a growing movement which you may be interested in researching further. A summary of practices can be found here.


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