By Cheshire East council - 23rd May 2012 9:14am
Update on establishment of Shadow Governing Body
The Local Authority is proceeding with arrangements to appoint a Shadow Governing Body with effect from 1 July 2012; the intention being to dissolve the Interim Executive Board on 31 December 2012.
The Shadow Governing Body (SGB) will comprise of 10 members:-
3 Parent Governors
2 Staff Governors
2 Community Governors
1 Local Authority Governor
2 Foundation Governors
All governor appointments will be made by the Local Authority. The LA School Governance Team is undertaking the arrangements for the appointment of members of the SGB. Anyone interested in applying will need to complete the application form which is available online by clicking on the link below the photograph.
The time table for the arrangements is:
Application forms available — 18 May 2012
Closing date for receipt of application forms – 6 June 2012
LA consider applications – 13 June 2012
Suggested date for interviews – 20 June from 3.00 p.m. at the school
There will be an initial meeting of the appointed members in July and a bespoke training session in early September.
The SGB will elect its own Chair and Vice Chair.
For further information or to discuss any aspect of the SGB please contact either Cherrie Creager, School Governance Team on 01270 686508, email: Cherrie.Creager@cheshireeast.gov.uk" target="_blank">Cherrie.Creager@cheshireeast.gov.uk ; or Bill Bales on 01270 873398, email: firstname.lastname@example.org" target="_blank">email@example.com .
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