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Reporting back from committees and working parties

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Last updated on 9 August 2016
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How should committees/working parties report back to the full governing body? We look at how this task is undertaken in maintained schools and academies. We also relay advice from one of our corporate governance experts on how regular and how detailed these reports should be.

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Contents

  1. 1 Reporting back from committees
  2. 2 What does reporting back from committees and working parties involve?
  3. 3 Reporting back: advice from a corporate governance expert

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