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Chair of governors: reporting to the governing body

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Last updated on 5 January 2017
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Does the chair have to present an annual report to governors? We explain that the chair of governors is not required to report to the governing body. We relay advice from four national leaders of governance (NLGs) on when it might be appropriate to make a report and what it might include.

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  1. 1 Must the chair report annually to governors? 
  2. 2 What might the chair report?
  3. 3 Reporting decisions taken in cases of urgency

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