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Governor involvement in staff appointments

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updated on 6 March 2017
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How are governors involved in appointing school staff? This article refers to the Governance Handbook, and relays advice from One Education and three of our associate education experts on involving governors, including staff and parent governors, in interviewing for teaching and support staff posts.

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Contents

  1. 1 Appointment of headteachers and deputy headteachers
  2. 2 Appointment of assistant headteachers
  3. 3 Delegating responsibility for staff appointments
  4. 4 May governors attend interviews for teaching staff?
  5. 5 Should governors attend interviews for support staff?
  6. 6 Staff governor involvement in interviews
  7. 7 Parent governor involvement in interviews

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