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Performance-related pay: judging good and outstanding performance

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Last updated on 21 September 2016
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What criteria could schools use to determine outstanding teacher performance? We relay suggestions from one of our associate education experts. We also refer to DfE advice on the criteria used in pay progression, and link to examples of performance criteria from a school.

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  1. 1 Schools can choose to adopt performance descriptors
  2. 2 Criteria for assessing performance
  3. 3 Criteria for 'good' and 'outstanding' performance: expert advice
  4. 4 Performance criteria from a school: good and outstanding performance
  5. 5 Linking the Teachers' Standards to pay progression

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