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Developing an annual work plan for the governing board

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Last updated on 24 July 2017
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How should the governing board plan its work over the course of the year? The governing board is free to decide how to plan its business. This article features a KeyDoc annual work planner template for governing boards. It also links to governing board work planners from LAs and schools.

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Contents

  1. 1 Governing boards can plan own work cycle
  2. 2 KeyDoc: annual work planner
  3. 3 Local authority examples
  4. 4 Maintained school examples
  5. 5 Academy example

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