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Getting staff buy-in for school policies

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Last updated on 29 May 2018
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When you review your policies you should engage staff in the process to get buy-in and encourage ownership. Read about ways that you can involve staff and get their feedback during this process.

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  1. 1 Involve staff early and openly 
  2. 2 Options for involving staff
  3. 3 Let staff know about the next steps
  4. 4 Pick which policies you review in-depth with staff
  5. 5 Buy-in for pastoral policies
  6. 6 Further resources 

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