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Performance objectives for an assistant headteacher

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Last updated on 25 October 2016
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Are there any performance objectives for an assistant headteacher? In this article, three of our associate education experts suggest possible objectives for an assistant headteacher. These cover areas such as improving pupil progress, teaching and learning and pupil behaviour and safety.

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  1. 1 Improving pupil progress and achievement
  2. 2 Developing strategies to improve teaching and learning
  3. 3 Implementing strategies to develop teacher assessment
  4. 4 Leading the implementation of a new behaviour policy
  5. 5 Leading a review of the anti-bullying policy
  6. 6 Carrying out an audit of e-safety provision
  7. 7 Reducing the number of pupils who are removed from lessons
  8. 8 Further developing pupil voice

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