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November 19, 2014 | By The Key |
This edition of The Key’s termly magazine includes criteria to determine outstanding teacher performance, performance objectives for a school business manager, a summary of the draft SEN code of practice and more.
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With the wellbeing of staff highlighted as a prime concern for the sector, our research team has been working hard to answer members’ questions on addressing this challenge and to produce resources that will help school leaders create a positive environment in their schools. This booklet features a small selection of the articles, templates and practical advice available to members of The Key for School Leaders.
School governors play an important role in ensuring that the mental health and wellbeing of staff is given appropriate attention. By monitoring morale, and providing suitable support and challenge to the headteacher, governors can ensure a robust yet open approach to staff wellbeing within their school.
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Not yet tried The Key for School Leaders? Visit www.thekeysupport.com/free 2 Key notes The magazine for school leaders Contents 3 Welcome 4 Key biographies – meet some of our team 5 The Key in the community 6 Reviewing and auditing the school curricul
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This booklet provides vital information on all core areas of school governance, including governor roles and responsibilities, school knowledge, governing body meetings, finance and data.
This edition of The Key’s termly magazine includes clear information and expert advice on raising school profile, setting strategy and dealing with unauthorised absence.
This edition of The Key’s termly magazine includes time-saving, practical information on British values in primary schools, primary to secondary transition, selling homemade food and more.
An update from The Key, in partnership with the National Association for School Business Management (NASBM), on the changes to pay and pensions in schools.
QuickReads summarise new government policies and provide explain tricky education issues in just one page. These five QuickReads present the key things you need to known about the pupil premium, school finance, SEND reforms, assessment without levels and teachers' pay.
This edition of The Key’s termly magazine includes information on the new school food standards, government advice on childcare disqualification requirements and case studies from schools that have successfully reduced teacher workload.
This edition of The Key’s termly magazine includes DfE information on 'outstanding' practice in SMSC education as well as practical guidance from one of our associate education experts on reviewing governing body performance.
This booklet includes case studies from teaching schools around the country on topics including teacher performance objectives, marking strategies and whole-school targets. It also showcases the contributions of The Key's associate education experts.
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