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Removing the chair of governors from office

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Last updated on 27 September 2016
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How can we remove the chair of governors from office? This article sets out the procedure for removing the chair in maintained schools and academies. It also looks at whether the chair has to be present at the meeting to respond to a motion to remove him/her, and if motions can be made confidential.

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Contents

  1. 1 Removing the chair of governors from office
  2. 2 Must the chair be present at the meeting to give a statement?
  3. 3 Can we keep the removal confidential?

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