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Becoming a foundation school and removing a foundation

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Last updated on 12 May 2017
School types: Maintained · School phases: All
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What is the process for becoming a foundation school? We look at the statutory process for becoming a foundation school, including what must be included in a statutory proposal and how it must be published. We also look at the process for removing a foundation.

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Contents

  1. 1 Statutory process for becoming a foundation school
  2. 2 Information that a statutory proposal must contain
  3. 3 Publication of statutory foundation proposals
  4. 4 Reconstituting the governing body
  5. 5 Ending a relationship with a foundation

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