Career progression and the Teachers’ StandardsWhat do the Teachers’ Standards say about career progression? This article looks at what the Teachers’ Standards say about career progression and relays advice on expectations of teachers at different stages. You will also find a case study from a teaching school on career progression for teachers.
Career stage expectations for senior leadersAre there any career stage expectation grids for senior leaders? We worked with one of our associate education experts to produce illustrative career stage expectations for deputy and assistant headteachers and SENCOs. You will also find leaders’ standards from a school.
Performance management of EYFS teachersAll teachers in maintained schools must be assessed against the Teachers’ Standards, including EYFS teachers. See guidance on assessing EYFS teachers in maintained schools and academies, and read a summary of the early years Teachers' Standards.
Professional standards for SBMsThere are no required standards you must use when appraising school business managers, but you may find ISBL's standards helpful. Find a link to these, as well as a skills audit based on them.
Professional standards for school administrative staffAre there examples of professional standards for school administrative staff? One of our associate education experts suggests examples of professional standards for three roles. We also refer to standards from two local authorities and the National College of Teaching and Leadership.
Professional standards for school leadersProfessional standards for headteachers are set out in the 2020 Headteachers' Standards. Read expert advice on how other school leaders – including SBMs and heads of school – can use the standards, alongside other resources.
The Teachers' Standards: career progression and expectationsThe Teachers' Standards set expectations for teachers, but don't specify what career progression should look like. Download our skills audit to evaluate teachers against the standards, and see example school policies linking the standards to career progression.