This episode offers practical tips and insights about how secondary schools can plan and implement flexible working practices to boost teacher recruitment and retention
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Our panel of experts include headteachers who have placed flexible working at the heart of their recruitment and retention strategies as well as teachers who work flexibly themselves.

We discuss why schools should consider flexible working, the impact it can have, and the benefits for staff and students.

How can we be strategic about our approach to flexible working? What do we need to consider when designing flexible working roles? How can we ensure it has an impact on issues such as workload and staff wellbeing?

And it’s not all about part-time working – we consider the forms that flexible working can take and the types of flexible working approaches that are possible.

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