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Governors making complaints about the school

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Last updated on 10 April 2017
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Can a governor make a complaint about the school? We relay expert advice on how to manage a situation where a governor makes a complaint about the school or headteacher. You will also find guidance on what action to take where a governor is abusing their position to continue with a complaint.

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Contents

  1. 1 Separating the role of governor and complainant
  2. 2 Complaints about the headteacher
  3. 3 Governors abusing their position

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