Objectives sit below priorities and are the more detailed plans of how the priorities will be set into action. Inobjectives can be linked to priorities and contain details such as success criteria and completion dates.
Objectives are usually assigned to individuals with responsibility to manage, such as department heads, safeguarding leads and so on. Objectives typically require a team effort to achieve and the owner of the objective can break the objective down to tasks which can be allocated to staff. Inreminders are sent to staff to help them stay on top of their actions and inform them of their obligations. Progress is transparent and progress reports can be shared to managers and leaders, including governors if required.
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