|1. The Governing
Body of the School should have a Performance Management Policy in
place and adopted its criteria.
Workload should not have increased as a result of the introduction
of Performance Management.
3. Teacher objectives should be
set and agreed, having been recorded at a meeting (held within
4. There should be three
objectives for every Performance Management cycle.
5. Voluntary activities
should not be an aspect for Performance Management.
6. All objectives should be
achievable and realistic
7. The agreed objectives
should not lead to an increase in workload.
8. All aspects of Performance
Management should be recorded in a written format.
9. Performance Management
should be carried out in a professional manner and teaching staff
should expect its importance to be reflected in the attitude and
performance of line managers.
The lessons observed should be selected by the teacher, not the
feedback should be given to teaching staff as soon as possible after
each stage of the process.
All staff should be fully supported by the school in reaching
A complaints procedure should be in place and all staff should be
aware of its existance.