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Asking teachers to bring evidence to performance review meetings

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Last updated on 23 August 2016
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Can we require teachers to collect evidence for their appraisals? Schools can set their own arrangements for collecting evidence. This article sets out advice from one of our associate experts, an LA and a union, and links to examples of arrangements from schools.

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Contents

  1. 1 No statutory requirement for teachers to collect evidence for meetings
  2. 2 Expert advice: deciding appraisal arrangements
  3. 3 Preparing for an appraisal meeting: guidance from an LA
  4. 4 Union guidance on collecting evidence before appraisal
  5. 5 Collecting evidence before an appraisal meeting: examples from schools

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