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How giving up lesson observations cut SLT workload by more than half: case study
Senior leaders at Lavender Primary School saved themselves 8.5 hours a term when they stopped formal lesson observations 2 years ago. This also improved teacher wellbeing, boosted retention, and kept teaching standards high. Find out how they did it, and how you can too.
- The light-bulb moment
- The new approach: learning walks instead of observations
- How does performance management work?
- Impact on staff workload, wellbeing and retention
- Make this work in your school
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