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Staff restructure involving redundancies: governors' role

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Last updated on 5 June 2017
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What is the governing body's role during a staff restructure? Two of our associate education experts explain the governing body's role in a school's staff restructure where redundancies are a possibility. This article also refers to redundancy procedures from a local authority and a school.

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  1. 1 Governors play a key role in restructures and redundancy
  2. 2 Specific responsibilities of the governing body
  3. 3 Roles during redundancy: examples from school policies
  4. 4 Who is ultimately responsible for dismissing staff?

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