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updated on 13 February 2019
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It's understandable to worry if you learn about a relationship between the headteacher and a staff member. Read our experts' advice on how to make sure your headteacher remains transparent, impartial and fair in this situation.

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  1. Chairs: remind the headteacher of their responsibilities
  2. Chairs: inform other governors and staff
  3. Arrange changes to line management
  4. Update the register of interests
  5. Review your procedures for addressing staff concerns
  6. Seek independent advice
  7. Examples of procedures from schools

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