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Meetings between parents and governors

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Last updated on 31 January 2017
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Is there information on running meetings between parents and governors? One of our associate education experts suggests tips for organising meetings with parents. We also link to examples of what to cover and how to report back to parents after the meeting.

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Contents

  1. 1 Must governors hold an annual meeting with parents?
  2. 2 The purpose of meetings with parents
  3. 3 How often and when should meetings be held?
  4. 4 A model for a meeting
  5. 5 Examples of parent forum agendas
  6. 6 Which governors should attend the meetings?
  7. 7 Reporting back on the meeting 

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