Last reviewed on 13 May 2022
School types: All · School phases: All
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Read guidance and advice on requirements around sharing information about capability procedures. Find out what you have to disclose to governing bodies and future employers.

Notifying the LA of a dismissal

Community and voluntary controlled schools

Your school’s governing board must notify the local authority (LA) when it determines that any person employed by the LA to work at the school should cease to work there (see The School Staffing (England) Regulations 2009, regulations 8, 11, 20, 23 and 32). 

The notification must include the reasons for determining this. 

This is also set out in the model teacher appraisal and capability policy for schools (page 14). 

Voluntary aided and foundation schools

The same regulations do not apply unless the member of staff is employed by the LA.

References for former teachers

This is explained in the staffing and employment advice for schools (paragraph 2.4, page 7). The requirements

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