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Top tips for effective induction of new school staff

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Last updated on 15 June 2018
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With an effective induction you can ensure your new employees are motivated and prepared to fully contribute to your school. Use these tips to plan an induction that helps you get as much as you can out of your new staff.

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  1. 1 Be clear about who will be responsible
  2. 2 Prepare beforehand
  3. 3 Make sure you cover, as a minimum...
  4. 4 Spread the induction out
  5. 5 Provide important documents
  6. 6 Mix conversation with materials
  7. 7 Ensure your sessions are varied 
  8. 8 Provide the member of staff with a 'buddy'
  9. 9 Evaluate the success of your programme

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