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Headteacher appraisal: who should take part?

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Last updated on 7 October 2016
School types: Maintained · School phases: All
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Which governors should take part in the headteacher's appraisal? This article summarises rules on the appraisal of headteachers in maintained schools, and explains that academies determine their own arrangements. It cites advice on how many governors should be involved and who should take part.

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Contents

  1. 1 Governing bodies must follow their appraisal procedures
  2. 2 The appraisal committee
  3. 3 Appraisal committee members must be non-staff governors
  4. 4 Choosing members of the appraisal committee: advice
  5. 5 Participation in headteacher appraisal: FAQs

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