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Working time arrangements: 'trapped time' before meetings
Headteachers can determine whether time between the end of the day and the beginning of a meeting counts as unpaid 'trapped time' or directed time. You can read guidance from 2 unions on when to count 'trapped time' as a part of directed time.
- Headteachers decide what counts as 'trapped time'
- 'Trapped' time and working time arrangements
- Union guidance
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