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(1)The Welsh Ministers may by regulations require the appraisal of the performance of registered persons—
(a)in a manner specified by the regulations, and
(b)at times specified by or determined in accordance with the regulations.
(2)Regulations under subsection (1) may impose a duty on—
(a)a local authority;
(b)the governing body of a school or a further education institution;
(c)any other employer of registered persons providing relevant services;
(d)the head teacher of a school or the principal of a further education institution;
(e)any other person with overall responsibility for registered persons providing relevant services.
(3)Regulations under subsection (1) may—
(a)require or permit an appraisal to be carried out in a manner which confers a discretion on a person specified by, or chosen or determined in accordance with, the regulations;
(b)permit a person on whom a duty is imposed under subsection (2) to delegate that duty in whole or in part.
(4)Regulations under subsection (1) may require or permit a person listed in subsection (2) to have regard to the results of an appraisal in the performance of a function specified by the regulations.
(5)The results of an appraisal may be used in determining a school teacher’s remuneration.
(6)Before making regulations under this section the Welsh Ministers must consult such persons or bodies as they consider appropriate.
(7)In this section, “school” means—
(a)a school maintained by a local authority in Wales, and
(b)a special school in Wales not so maintained.
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