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Management time

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Last updated on 15 August 2016
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How much non-contact time should subject leaders get? This article looks at leadership and management time for teachers in maintained schools, with guidance on how much time to allow, and examples of how much time schools allocate. It also features a case study on using management time.

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Contents

  1. 1 Eligibility for management time
  2. 2 How much management time should be given?
  3. 3 Management time provided by schools: examples
  4. 4 Allocating management time
  5. 5 Management time: FAQs
  6. 6 Case study from a teaching school: using management time

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