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Complaints against governors: procedures

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Last updated on 21 October 2016
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What is the procedure for dealing with complaints against governors? We relay advice from LAs and two of our associate experts on the stages of the school complaints process, who should be involved, and what support is available to a school governor against whom a complaint is made.

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Contents

  1. 1 Dealing with complaints against governors: DfE advice
  2. 2 Procedures for dealing with complaints
  3. 3 Complaints against governors from staff members
  4. 4 Should anonymous complaints against governors be investigated?
  5. 5 Supporting a governor who is the subject of a complaint

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