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Restructuring the school day: guidance and examples

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Last updated on 28 February 2017
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Is there guidance on restructuring the school day? There is no statutory process for changing the school day. We link to local authority guidance on making such changes, and to examples of schools that have done so. You will also find a case study from a school that has altered its school day.

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Contents

  1. 1 DfE: governing body determines structure of school day
  2. 2 Local authorities' guidance on changing session times
  3. 3 Consulting other schools
  4. 4 Restructuring the school day: examples
  5. 5 Case study: a staggered school day

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