You can also download the steps in this article as a quick-reference checklist:
If you're looking for possible agenda items for upcoming meetings, use our autumn term, spring term, and summer term agendas to tell you what governing boards will be talking about and help you prepare questions.
1. Address action points from the previous meeting
In the last meeting, you should have made a note of any action points that were assigned to you, and acted on them afterwards. If you haven't already, read the previous meeting's minutes and follow up on any points relevant to you as soon as possible.
You can expect to see actions such as:
If you have an action to contribute information and documents ahead of the meeting, get these to your clerk at least 2