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Getting staff buy-in for school policies
If you have a new or updated policy you want staff to buy into, use the advice in this article. Read about ways that you can involve staff and get their feedback during this consultation process.
- Involve staff early and openly
- Options for involving staff
- Let staff know about the next steps
- Pick which policies you review in-depth with staff
- Buy-in for pastoral policies
- Further resources
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