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Guidance for governing bodies on school uniform and appearance policies

Welsh Assembly Government (Wales)
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CONTENTS Page Guidance for governing bodies on school uniform and appearance policies Guidance Welsh Government Circular No: 015/2011 Date of issue: July 2011 Replaces Circular No: 006/2008 Audience Governing bodies and headteachers of maintained schools in Wales; local authorities; teaching and other unions, diocesan authorities, NACAB Cymru, equality and disability organisations, and other national and local bodies concerned with education in Wales. Overview This document provides guidance for governing bodies and headteachers on issues relating to implementing or changing a school uniform and appearance policy. It replaces the guidance currently published on the Welsh Government’s website. Action Governing bodies and headteachers to have regard to this required non-statutory guidance when implementing or changing school uniform and appearance policies. Further Schools Management and Effectiveness Division information Department for Education and Skills Welsh Government Cathays Park Cardiff CF10 3NQ Tel: 029 2082 6051 Fax: 029 2082 6109 e-mail: [email protected] Additional This document can be accessed from the Welsh Government copies website at Related School Prospectuses: Guidance for Headteachers and Governing documents Bodies National Assembly for Wales Circular 14/01 Respecting Others: Anti-Bullying Guidance National Assembly for Wales Circular 23/03 School Governors’ Guide to the Law (2009) Home–School Agreements: Guidance for Schools Welsh Office Circular 27/99 Exclusion from Schools and Pupil Referral Units National Assembly for Wales Circular 1/2004 (Revised March 2006) This Circular incorporates amendments from Circular 1(A)/2004 Guidance on the Welsh Government School Uniform Grant Scheme National Assembly for Wales Circular 25/2005 The School Councils (Wales) Regulations 2005 Guidance for Governin

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