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BASL aims to: provide advice, support and professional development for school leaders maintain and promote awareness of developments in school leadership act as an advocate for the needs of school leaders, both locally and nationally Eligibility for BASL membership All schools, whether you are in Buckinghamshire or not, are entitled to subscribe to membership of the Academy for the 2018/2019 Academic Year. Fees are invoiced at the start of the academic year. Only Buckinghamshire headteachers ar…

BASL annual conference 2020

The BASL Board look forward to welcoming you to the 2020 Annual Conference. The Grand Hotel, Brighton 19 March, 9:30 to 3:30pm 20 March, 9:30am to 2pm The Grand is an iconic Victorian property that is steeped in British history and stands centre stage on Brighton’s famous seafront. From the stunning spiral staircase and traditional period design, to beautiful sea view rooms, a sumptuous day spa and the glamour of the GB1 restaurant, the Grand experience is treating you to the quality you deserv…

BASL peer review

The peer review is a visit to your school by two colleagues. They will spend a whole day looking with you at agreed areas of policy and practice at your request. It is an opportunity to network between schools, to share practice, learn from others and build on what works well. It provides a great chance to share professional expertise and improve provision. View our Trained BASL colleagues . Agreed protocol and proformas Principles This is a supportive process designed to support leadership dev…

Behaviour & wellbeing

Well being support for pupils during the Coronavirus pandemic Well being support for staff during the Coronavirus pandemic School provision during the Coronavirus pandemic These pages contain advice, guidance template letters and much more around pupil wellbeing, welfare and behaviour issues.

Behaviour and pupil welfare

For information on background, local and DfE guidance for Statutory and Non-Statutory documents please click on any of the topic areas above.

Behaviour policy

Applies to: Maintained Schools Academies Free Schools Pupil Referral Units Independent Schools Non-Maintained Special Schools Background The headteacher must decide the standard of behaviour of pupils and set out measures in the behaviour policy. These take account of any guidance or notification provided by the governing board. The headteacher must publicise the school behaviour policy, in writing, to staff, parents and pupils at least once a year. Strategies to safeguard against cyberbullying…

Behaviour principles

Applies to Maintained Schools Pupil Referral Units Non-Maintained Special Schools Background From time to time the governing board must make and review a written statement of general principles to which the headteacher is to have regard in determining the behaviour policy of the school. Review frequency Governing board free to determine. Approval Full governing board or a committee of the governing board. Legislation Education and Inspections Act 2006: Section 88

Buckinghamshire education standards report

The Education Standards Report is produced every year and placed before the Council Cabinet and the Children's Social Care and Learning Select Committee. The latest report is available below: Summary Report Detail Report


The JRSO Bulletins are grouped in themes, so you can download a bulletin to suit the needs of your school and what’s going on at the time.


Background Every school must have measures in place to prevent all forms of bullying. Section 89 of the Education and Inspections Act 2006 provides that maintained schools must have measures to encourage good behaviour and prevent all forms of bullying amongst pupils. These measures should be part of the school’s behaviour policy which must be communicated to all pupils, school staff and parents. The Independent School Standards Regulations 2010 provides that the proprietor of an Academy or oth…

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