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3.5 Explain the sorts of behaviour or discipline problems that should be referred to others and to whom these should be referred to.
Its if any child is in danger of hurting themselves or others if the pupils are not following your instructions and you are not in control of the situation a child may be displaying unpredictable behaviour who you seek help from would depend on the [ situation normanlly it would be senco for behaviour or the deputy head or head by speaking with another teacher may be enough as they may have come
across with the situation before or if the behaiour continues then senco or the head may contact the behaiour support unit ]
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