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Recruiting foundation governors: strategies

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Last updated on 23 February 2017
School types: All · School phases: All
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How can schools recruit a foundation governor? In this article we relay guidance from four dioceses on the responsibility for, and approaches to, the recruitment of new foundation governors. We also link to another article from The Key with strategies for recruiting all categories of governor.

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Contents

  1. 1 Ask the deanery or diocese for assistance
  2. 2 Recruit from the wider community
  3. 3 Advertising vacancies
  4. 4 Recruiting governors in all roles: further guidance

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