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Managing headteacher workload in small schools

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Last updated on 25 October 2016
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How can headteachers of small schools manage their workload? We relay guidance from one of our associate education experts, who was the headteacher of a small, 'outstanding' special school. We also refer to advice from ASCL, and link to further articles from The Key on workload and financial efficiency.

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  1. 1 Prioritise essential tasks
  2. 2 Set strict non-work time
  3. 3 Seek out all available support
  4. 4 Consider how staff members' time could be freed up
  5. 5 Maximise financial efficiency
  6. 6 Addressing challenges in small schools: NCSL report

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