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If you're responsible for organising parent governor/trustee elections, use our template documents to save you time and make sure the process runs smoothly. Download our template letters to parents, ballot paper and candidate form.

Download our collection of templates

KeyDoc: parent governor election templates

Our collection of templates includes:

  • A candidate form and letter to parents inviting candidates
  • Ballot paper and a letter to parents outlining the voting procedure
  • A letter to successful candidate(s)
  • A letter announcing the result to parents

Be sure to contact your local authority (maintained schools), or check your articles of association (academies), to make sure that you meet any specific election requirements.

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