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Reports to governors: format and frequency

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Last updated on 15 March 2018
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It’s important that governors get the information they need to carry out their strategic role. Find out more about decisions on the format and frequency of reports below, and how you can raise objections if you feel requests are unreasonable.

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  1. 1 Format and scope
  2. 2 Frequency
  3. 3 Ask for the format in advance
  4. 4 Raising objections to information requests

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