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Staff meetings: schedules and agendas
You're not required to have a meeting schedule or agendas. However, it is good practice, and this article points to help with creating these documents and provides guidance on how frequently meetings can be held.
We got the advice below from our associate education experts Gareth Balch and David Roche.
There's no requirement to have a meeting schedule. However, it is good practice.
Agree a schedule of meetings that will take place during the school year, and have it in place before the start of the school year.
For example, you can schedule the following meetings every term:
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