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Working effectively with a school improvement partner

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Last updated on 8 November 2016
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How can we work effectively with a school improvement partner (SIP)? We outline advice from three of our associate education experts on establishing good relations between the chair and SIP and how to appoint a SIP. We also look at reviewing a service level agreement with a SIP.

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  1. 1 Developing an effective relationship between the chair and SIP
  2. 2 Concerns about a particular SIP
  3. 3 Appointing school improvement support: advice from our experts

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