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Supplying papers before a meeting

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Last updated on 20 October 2016
School types: All · School phases: All
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Should governors be provided with papers a week before meetings? We look at the regulations for maintained school governing body meetings and link to the model articles of association for academies. We also set out who can see the papers and what to do if papers are not shared in time.

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Contents

  1. 1 Maintained schools: seven clear days before
  2. 2 Rules for academies are set out in their articles of association
  3. 3 How should papers and agendas be sent out?
  4. 4 What can I do if I don't receive the papers early enough?

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