You may be thinking about taking voluntary redundancy at your school. Redundancies and school restructures will follow a process outlined in your school's policies and staff handbook.
You may be aware of colleagues who have been made redundant at your school or are going through the redundancy process yourself. There are a number of reasons why you could be made redundant and you should be reassured that it is not an uncommon process. In this article, we outline how you can be selected for redundancy, how to appeal a redundancy decision and what rights you are entitled to if being made redundant.
You might have been informed that your school will be going through a restructuring process and you are concerned on the impact it might have on your role, especially if redundancies are taking place. In this article, we explain the process which your school must follow, what can be involved in the consultation process and other factors to take into consideration.