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Peripatetic staff: protocols

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Last updated on 27 January 2017
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What protocols should be in place for peripatetic staff? This article looks at factors that schools should consider when working with peripatetic staff, including compliance with school policies, employment status, and DBS and reference checks.

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  1. 1 Peripatetic staff must have DBS checks
  2. 2 Employment status of peripatetic teachers 
  3. 3 Application forms and references for self-employed peripatetic teachers
  4. 4 Contracts and insurance for peripatetic staff
  5. 5 Compliance with school policies
  6. 6 Example of a code of conduct for peripatetic staff

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