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The headteacher's voting rights in governor & trustee meetings

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Last updated on 5 January 2018
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Can the headteacher vote at governing body meetings? The headteacher has the same right to vote as other governors or trustees if they have chosen to be a governor or trustee. We also look at when they should refrain from voting.

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  1. 1 Headteachers' right to vote
  2. 2 Restrictions on voting

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