Offer the employee the opportunity to raise any other issues or discussion points they wish to make. The appraiser should listen to these and deal with them in an appropriate manner. This may require a follow up meeting, depending on what is raised.
Summarise the plan of action/next steps.
It is important to keep a clear record of the appraisal, and for teachers to whom the Appraisal Regulations apply this is often done in the format on appraisal report which ought to be received by the teacher by 31 October or, where the appraise is a Headteacher, by 31 December.
A copy should be provided to the employee and a copy should be kept on the employee’s file.
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