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School development planning: working with the SLT

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Last updated on 17 November 2016
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How can governors work with the SLT to write the SDP? We look at how governors can work with the senior leadership team (SLT) to plan objectives for the school development plan. We refer to guidance from two national leaders of governance.

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Contents

  1. 1 Governors should focus on high-level objective setting 
  2. 2 Getting the best from planning sessions with the SLT
  3. 3 What if the SLT does not involve governors in the SDP?

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