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Changes to the headteacher's contract: governor approval

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Last updated on 29 November 2016
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Must governors approve a reduction in the headteacher's hours? We relay advice on this from Jacqueline Baker, one of our associate education experts, and a representative from the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL).

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Contents

  1. 1 A change to a headteacher's hours should be agreed formally
  2. 2 Potential consequences of not formally agreeing the change

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