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This was published in the school newsletter on June 22nd and has just come to our attenttion — the closing date is tomorrow!

#Shadow Governing Body 
The Local Authority has received a number of applications to consider for appointment to the Shadow Governing  Body of the school. Those who have applied best suit the roles of Community and LA governors. In speaking to the people who applied there seems to have been good interest but this has not converted into applicants for the parent governor vacancies.

#Parent Governors 
We are therefore extending the closing date for applications to 27th June 2012 and encourage the parents of children attending the school to apply.

#Application form 
Please use the link below the photo for the application form.

 

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