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Performance management: staff participation

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Last updated on 3 August 2016
School types: All · School phases: All
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Must all teachers undergo performance management? Performance management for teachers is statutory in maintained schools, while academies set their own procedures. This article relays advice from ASCL and ACAS on what to do if a teacher refuses to participate in performance management.

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Contents

  1. 1 Maintained schools: performance management is compulsory
  2. 2 Academies set their own appraisal policies
  3. 3 What if a teacher refuses to participate?

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