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Appointments of Local Authority (LA) School Governors

Meeting: 11/07/2011 - Decision Session - Executive Member for Children, Young People and Education (Item 4)

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This report provides information about the current position with regard to vacancies for Authority seats on governing bodies, lists current nominations and those vacancies, as detailed in Annex 1 of the report, and requests the appointment, or reappointment, of the listed nominees.

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Decision:

RESOLVED:That the Cabinet Member appointed or re-appointed Authority Governors to fill vacant places as proposed in Annex 1 of the Officer’s report.

 

REASON:            To ensure that the Local Authority places on School Governing Bodies continue to be effectively filled.

Minutes:

The Cabinet Member considered a report which provided information about the current position with regard to vacancies for Authority seats on governing bodies, listed current nominations for those vacancies, as detailed in Annex 1, and requested the appointment or re-appointment of the listed nominees.

 

The Cabinet Member thanked Officers for the report and for the hard work of the Governor Service in keeping vacancies at a low level. In response to Officers comments, the Cabinet Member suggested that rather than redressing the political balance of Governors, the Service should encourage members of all political parties to put themselves forward to be Governors.

 

 

RESOLVED:That the Cabinet Member appointed or re-appointed Authority Governors to fill vacant places as proposed in Annex 1 of the Officer’s report.

 

REASON:            To ensure that the Local Authority places on School Governing Bodies continue to be effectively filled.


 

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