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The School Teacher Appraisal (Wales) Regulations 2002

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Provision and retention of appraisal statements

31.—(1) The appraiser must give the appraisal statement to the head teacher.

(2) The head teacher must make the appraisal statement available upon request to—

(a)the appraiser;

(b)any appeals officer and any external adviser assisting the appeals officer within five school days of the governing body receiving notice of an appeal under regulation 30(2), who must also be given a copy of the statement of objectives;

(c)any governors responsible for advising about, or taking decisions in relation to, the promotion of school teachers or the use of any discretion in relation to pay; and

(d)in the case of a school teacher employed at a school which does not have a delegated budget (within the meaning of Chapter IV of Part II of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998) the Chief Education Officer or any officer or adviser specifically designated by the Chief Education Officer to be responsible for advising about, or taking decisions in relation to, the promotion of school teachers or the use of any discretion in relation to pay.

(3) The head teacher must provide a copy of the annex to the appraisal statement referred to in regulation 29(4) to the person or persons responsible for planning the training and development of school teachers at the school.

(4) The head teacher must make a school teacher’s current statement of objectives available to a new appraiser appointed otherwise than at the beginning of an appraisal cycle.

(5) A school teacher’s appraisal statement must be kept by the head teacher until at least three years after the next appraisal statement has been finalised.

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