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Headteachers working off-site

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Last updated on 12 June 2017
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What is a reasonable amount of time for headteachers to spend working off-site? We relay advice from 2 of our associate education experts on what you might consider when deciding if time spent off-site is reasonable. We also look at how schools approach headteachers working from home.

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Contents

  1. 1 Should the governing board be informed?
  2. 2 Questions to ask
  3. 3 Policies should be applied equally
  4. 4 How much off-site time is reasonable?
  5. 5 Examples of approaches 

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