While your board may have the basics down, you might now want to take your governance from good to great. We have some tips and advice from experienced governors on how they did this with their own boards.
These might not work for every board. You know your board better than anyone else, and what works for you will depend on your context and situation. However, these ideas might also inspire you to think outside of the box and try something new.
Make everyone accountable with a written commitment
Establish and emphasise a shared commitment to the school and its outcomes whenever someone new joins your board.
Ask new governors to sign a written statement