Staffing

Governing Bodies have wide ranging responsibilities relating to staffing in schools, which can vary between maintained schools and academies. They range from, ensuring schools have an appropriate policy framework in place that complies with education and employment law, to Headteacher Appraisal and Performance Related Pay. This area of the Better Governor website contains articles and guidance documents focusing on school HR issues, written by governors, for governors to ensure you are up-to-date with current legislation and best practice.

  • Headteacher Appraisal and Salary Review:

    Subscriber content: Guidance for governing body Headteacher Appraisal Panels with information they need when carrying out their Headteacher Appraisal and reviewing the Headteacher's salary.

    Consultant: Debbie Clapshaw July 2015

  • Safer Recruitment E-learning Programme

    Make recruitment safe in your school with this 90-minute personnel online training course. It will support your personnel teams to make recruitment safe in your school and deliver HR function in line with your statutory responsibilities

    Consultant: Steve Barker July 2015

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Barring Parents from Schools - New DfE Guidance

The Department for Education has published guidance for maintained schools and academies advising them on how to control access to school premises, including barring parents and carers from schools. The guidance confirms that anyone on a school site, who should not be there, is trespassing. The guidance advises schools how to handle such situations. To read this article in full, log into your |Better Governor account or simply register, for free, by clicking the orange button.

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