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Staffing structure changes: FAQs

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Last updated on 18 November 2016
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Can we make changes to our staffing structure? This article answers frequently asked questions (FAQs) from school leaders on making changes to a school's staffing structure, and refers to other articles from The Key on staffing structure changes.

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  1. 1 Can we make changes to our staffing structure?
  2. 2 Who is responsible for staffing structure changes?
  3. 3 Do we need to consult?
  4. 4 Can we restructure to remove some teaching assistants?
  5. 5 Can we replace a deputy with an assistant headteacher?
  6. 6 Can we add a post to the SLT?
  7. 7 Can a school temporarily add a new SLT post?

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