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Parent Governor Vacancy

Parent Governor Vacancy - Bramford
Nominations are now being invited for the position of Parent Governor on our Federation Governing Body. We have one vacancy on our governing body for a parent governor from Bramford CEVC School.

I am interested – what do I do next?

Enclosed with this letter is a nomination form on which parents who have children at Bramford CEVC School can nominate themselves or another parent, with their consent, for election as a Parent Governor. It is necessary for a Parent Governor to have a child at the school at the time he or she is elected. Certain people are disqualified from being Governors and, as such, candidates are asked to please consult the attached sheet detailing the disqualification criteria before making a nomination. If grounds for disqualification come to light after appointment the person is automatically barred from being a governor and the appointment will terminate with immediate effect.

There is space on the nomination form for a statement of not more than 50 words by the person nominated in which they can give such details as they wish about themselves, their views and the skills they believe they can bring to the governing body. This statement would then be included on the voting paper.

The nomination period opens today. The closing date for nominations is Monday 18th June. If there are more nominations than vacancies the election will be by secret ballot. If that is necessary, voting papers will be sent to all parents together with details of the ballot procedure.
Suffolk County Council would like parents to play as full a part as possible in your children’s education and, therefore, it is hoped that you will use your vote in this election.

If you would like to discuss what the role entails further please contact either Mrs Emma Burgess, Executive Headteacher or ask to speak to one of our governors via the Bramford school office on 01473 741598.
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sarah keeble,
6 Jun 2018, 01:46
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sarah keeble,
6 Jun 2018, 01:46
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sarah keeble,
6 Jun 2018, 01:46