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EXPLAIN WHY SCHOOLS HAVE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
All organizations, no matter the cause, need rules and regulations to survive. In the war between the North and the South, the Confederacy was built on the policy of little central regulation. [ Because of that they were unable to organize and defend themselves. In schools, if there is no central policy there will be no set way to do anything; organizations protects programs from chaos. If there
were no policies, students would show up whenever they please, thus missing parts of the lesson and requiring a teacher to deviate her attention from the class constantly. Or, even worse, the teacher would show up whenever he/she pleases, giving the students no supervision. That is just one example. ]
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Policies and procedures

Your school should have policies and procedures in place to support staff in their management of situations that might involve violence, threatening behaviour or abuse.

The following areas should be covered:

discipline and behaviour

abusive, threatening or violent adult visitors

dealing with offensive weapons and knives

use of reasonable force.

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People need to have policies and procedures not just in school but in all institutions and offices for them to follow since people are vulnerable in making some mistakes. At least if they could see policies and procedures they would know how to do it right.
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