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Composition of the governing body in a hard federation

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Last updated on 22 November 2016
School types: Maintained · School phases: All
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How are governing bodies of federated schools composed? We set out guidance on the composition of governing bodies of schools in a federation, and look at how the rules change where a federation contains more than one type of school.

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Contents

  1. 1 Size and membership of federated governing bodies
  2. 2 Composition of federations with more than one type of school
  3. 3 Membership of the governing body: headteachers and executive headteachers
  4. 4 Individual school committees in a hard federation

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