The Education Service

Staffing: Disciplinary, Sickness Management, Appraisal, Capability & Grievance Procedures

The diocese recommends that governing bodies adopt the procedures (Disciplinary, Sickness Management, Capability & Grievance) of the Catholic Education Service (CES) . 

Please follow this link to the website of the Catholic Education Service 

CES Procedures on the CES website

 

Schools should also use the CES Contract of Employment

 

CES Contract of Employment on CES website


 

For further help and advice in these matters, please contact Mike Pittendreigh.

Contact details:

Mike Pittendreigh, Asst Director of Education

Telephone: 020 7798 9190   Fax: 020 7798 9013

mikepittendreigh@rcdow.org.uk


 

 

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