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  • Presenting a new staffing structure to governors How should school leaders present a new staffing structure to governors? We relay advice from two of our associate education experts on what information governors need to know, the format of the presentation, and focusing on what impact the changes will have on the school.
  • Presenting EYFS 'good level of development' data to governors Understand how 'good level of development' data can be presented to governors with examples of headteachers' reports. You'll also find examples of data presented on school websites.
  • Reporting to governors' finance committees: guidance What information should the headteacher or SBM give to the finance committee? There is no statutory guidance on what should be reported to a governors' finance committee. We relay advice on this from one of ISBL's associate practitioners.
  • Reports to governors on attendance Here, we link to examples of reports to governors on attendance. These might be standalone, or part of a broader report. We also include an example of an attendance report written by governors.
  • Report to governors on LAC and previously LAC Read what the DfE's statutory guidance says about reports for governors on LAC and previously LAC, produced by the designated teacher. You'll also find report templates from local authorities.
  • SEND: reports to governors Download our SEND report to governors template, which has space to record your school's SEND profile and progress information. See example reports from schools to help you decide what to include.
  • Teachers' pay and performance: reports to the governing board Know how to present anonymous staff pay and appraisal reports to your governing board, and download our templates to help you prepare this information.