Recruitment of School Governors
School governing bodies have considerable responsibilities. In order that these responsibilities might be carried out effectively, it is essential that every governing body is at full strength, has the appropriate balance of representation and that governors
with a range of relevant skills are recruited.
If you are interested in becoming a school governor and would like to find out more please complete the forms below and return to
Governor Recruitment option
Any queries or requests for support please contact email@example.com
Schools can use the following free online matching services -
Interested in being a School Governor?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place on the :
Free Information session (virtual) - Thursday 11 March at 4.15pm-5pm held using Microsoft Teams - booking required
The free information session is aimed at dispelling the myths about school governance and giving a clear picture about what modern governance in school looks like today. The session will look at the skills, knowledge and attributes required of governors
and offer the opportunity for discussion, question and answers to get a clear picture of governance in the modern educational landscape.
Bookings via School.email@example.com or contact 01274 439400 and speak with Christina.
Alternatively, potential governors can sign up to governor recruitment with not for profit national organisation
Governors for Schools and/or National Governors Association supported website
Inspiring Governance - both help match potential governors with school vacancies and have great resources.
These papers below can be completed and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for the Bradford Council School Governor Service to respond to and support you in finding a governance role. Thank you for your interest
Schools Need Governors
Application for Appointment as a School Governor
Declaration of Eligibility to Become a Governor
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