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Reporting on teachers' pay and performance to the governing body
How should we present pay and performance data to governors? This article outlines the governing body's role in monitoring appraisal, and looks at how to present performance information. It also has templates for reporting on whole-school pay and performance, and on appraisal of individuals.
- Governors’ role in monitoring the appraisal process
- Information presented to governors should be anonymous
- KeyDocs: presenting information on pay and appraisal to governors
- Whole-school performance management report: local authority template
- Whole-school performance management report: examples from schools
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