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Extraordinary meetings of the governing body

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Last updated on 6 February 2017
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What is an extraordinary meeting of the governing body? This article looks at when extraordinary meetings are called. We also look at examples of governing bodies calling extraordinary meetings, and refer to guidance on convening governing body meetings in maintained schools and academies.

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Contents

  1. 1 What is an extraordinary meeting?
  2. 2 Convening a governors' meeting: maintained schools
  3. 3 Convening a meeting of the trustees: academies
  4. 4 Calling an extraordinary meeting of the LGB: process
  5. 5 Examples of extraordinary meetings
  6. 6 Calling extraordinary meetings one after another
  7. 7 Can we have a 'pre-meeting' before the extraordinary meeting?

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