CEO appraisal process

Prepare for your appraisal by familiarising yourself with the procedure, and use our guidance to help you write your objectives for the next appraisal period.

Last reviewed on 25 February 2022
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Contents
  1. Check and understand your appraisal process 
  2. Be aware of the evidence used to evaluate performance
  3. Set objectives for the next period 

This article is based on advice from our associate education experts Gulshan Kayembe, Brendan Hollyer, Fred Birkett and Graeme Hornsby.

Check and understand your appraisal process 

As an academy trust you're free to determine your own appraisal process, as explained in section 6.6.6 of the Governance Handbook

The board of trustees is ultimately responsible for your appraisal and the chair of trustees will likely lead this performance management process. 

To clarify what your process is, check: 

  • Your scheme of delegation to find out who's involved
  • Your appraisal policy if you have one 
  • The terms and conditions in your contract, which may refer to the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document (STPCD) or the ‘Green Book’ (the conditions of service for school support staff)

Appraisal committee

The appraisal committee will likely be your chair of trustees and include 2 others, such as:

Be aware of the evidence used to evaluate