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Nominate a Board Member

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Have you thought of contributing to the future of the SLA? We are looking for members with enthusiasm and commitment to stand for election to the two vacant positions on the SLA Board for the three-year term beginning at the 2017 AGM in June 2017.

The Board is responsible for the strategic planning and decision-making which take the Association forward. Being elected by your peers to serve on the Board carries lots of benefits and most headteachers recognise the enhancement of your professional status that this brings.

If you, or someone you know, would like to stand for election, please use the Nomination Form below or contact the SLA office for more details.

Information about the Role and Responsibilities of Board Members is available here.

All nominations must be received at the SLA office by 1 February 2017.
 

Board Nomination Form 2017

Nomination of Board Member

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