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Finance report to governors

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Last updated on 8 December 2016
School types: Maintained, Special, Academy · School phases: Primary, Secondary
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What should be in the school's report to the finance committee? This article includes a KeyDoc template for finance reports to governors, which sets out the types of information governors should look for. We also refer to finance reports from schools and a case study on financial management in an academy.

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Contents

  1. 1 What information should SBMs report to governors?
  2. 2 KeyDoc: sample finance report
  3. 3 KeyDoc: template for a finance report to governors
  4. 4 Questions for governors to ask about the finance report
  5. 5 How should the SBM share the report with governors?

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