All individuals governing on the board, regardless of their constituency are elected or appointed with one common purpose – to govern the school/s in the best interest of pupils. Parent trustees and committee members are no exception. They are not elected to represent their stakeholder group, but are elected in order to contribute to the work of the governing board in ensuring high standards of achievement for all children and young people in the school, contributing to strategic discussion, holding senior leaders to account by monitoring school performance and ensuring money is well spent.

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