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DBS checks for governors: positive disclosures
What happens if a governor has a positive DBS check? We explain the rules around offences and disqualification in maintained schools and academies. We also look at who should make the decision and link to an example of a risk assessment.
- Disqualification for a positive disclosure
- Deciding if a governor is a risk
- Example of a risk assessment
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