CPD in governance for members of your SLT | Ian Usher

A headteacher’s position on a maintained school’s governing body is described as ex officio – meaning that s/he has that position due to the leadership role s/he occupies. Most governors would probably say that having their headteacher on their board is invaluable, as we can get insights and understanding which we otherwise might struggle to gain.

Potential conflicts exist, as a core function of the board (including the headteacher) is to hold the school’s leadership team (including the headteacher) to account for the its performance. Most charity chief executives aren’t members of their…

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