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Read advice on performance management for your school's admin staff, and download ready-made documents to help you track their performance.

Use our performance management documents

Review form templates

Use these forms for support staff performance management. One covers annual reviews against performance objectives, and the other is for mid-year reviews.

KeyDoc: annual performance review and planning template for admin staff

KeyDoc: mid-year performance review and planning template for admin staff

Observation form

KeyDoc: observation form for admin staff

Use this form to keep notes when you’re observing administrative staff

Develop policies for performance management

You should develop guidelines for the performance management of all roles within school. This should include setting objectives, and making time during the year to sit down with staff and look at their progress towards those objectives.

Regular check-ins to discuss progress and celebrate successes can help keep staff motivated and more likely to engage with the performance management process.

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