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C Mitch Posted: Mon Jan 17 2011 01:27 PM - Post subject: Appointing an acting head
Where does the responsibility of appointing an acting lie - the GB or LA? How much control/input can a GB have in this procedure?
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The Who? Posted: Mon Jan 17 2011 07:12 PM - Reply subject: acting
the gb makes the decision to appoint and if it is a community or vc school, the la must appoint unless there is a legal reason not to. if it is a foundation or va school, the la has nothing to do with it (unless the gb wanst to involve the la)
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k w Posted: Wed Jan 19 2011 12:49 PM - Reply subject: Ht recruitment
Our school needed an iterim HT whilst the recruitment process for the perm HT took place. The LA were great in advertising localy and in networking with the local HTs to find someone who had the right skill set to take on the interim role & would value the development opportunity. The GB did however deal with the selection & appoinment of the candidates but with LA support.

Having a great interim HT was a good experience for the school & excellent personal development.

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A new UK Government took office on 11 May. As a result the content on this site may not reflect current Government policy. All statutory guidance and legislation published on this site continues to reflect the current legal position unless indicated otherwise. To view the new Department for Education website, please go to http://www.education.gov.uk

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