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Appointing co-opted trustees in academies

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Last updated on 7 November 2016
School types: Academy · School phases: All
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How do we appoint co-opted trustees in an academy? This article cites advice from the DfE and one of our associate education experts on appointing co-opted trustees. We also look at the process for appointing co-opted trustees in different kinds of church academies.

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Contents

  1. 1 Appointing co-opted trustees: advice from the DfE
  2. 2 Expert advice: the process of appointing co-opted trustees
  3. 3 Appointing existing trustees as co-opted trustees
  4. 4 Academy converters: appointing former governors as co-opted trustees
  5. 5 No limit on the number of co-opted trustees

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