Make sure your headteacher is comfortable with your arrangements and that they have some input into how you manage the process.
Please note: this article provides guidance on how to run an interim performance review meeting. Be sure to double check if your local authority (LA) or academy trust has a specific process it would like you to follow.
You don’t have to hold interim reviews
It’s up to you to decide whether to run them and how often.
Typically, interim reviews take place once a year, but you might feel a termly review is appropriate.
Bear in mind the headteacher’s workload and the additional burden frequent reviews would put on them. You can use the headteacher's reports to help monitor progress without the need for additional meetings.
The meeting shouldn’t be too formal
The headteacher's progress towards their objectives. Use evidence