Ten ways to improve your headteacher’s report | Ruth Agnew

It seems at the moment that everywhere I go I get asked for good examples of headteachers’ reports. Sadly – sorry headteachers – I see more bad examples than good. Here are some of the things that I think are wrong and suggestions for improving the practice in your school.

#1 remember what it’s for

It’s not a statutory requirement that there’s a termly report to governors from the headteacher. That surprises heads and governors sometimes. We’re so used to having it that we don’t always sit back and ask the question: “what’s the point of it?”. The 2002 Education Act says: “The head teacher…

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