I have recently become a parent governor for my local Primary School and as I have some HR experience, everything HR is coming my way . My first job is to hold Exit Interviews with three teachers who are all leaving at the end of term in July. I have done lots of exit interviews over the years but never in an Educational setting before and I was hoping I could get some advice before holding these meetings. I've drafted up a form with the usual questions around why they enjoyed working there, what they found challenging, why they are leaving etc but I was wondering if there was anything else I should include that is more specific to the education sector, for example should I ask anything around safeguarding?
It is a very small school which has been going through a lot of change over the last couple of years and more recently received a disappointing OfSted report so I would like to try and make sure we get constructive insights from the interviews.
Any pointers would be greatly appreciated!
Thank you in advance