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9. In these Regulations—
(a)“foundation governor” means a person who—
(i)is appointed as a governor by any person other than the local authority,
(ii)is appointed for the purpose of securing that the character of the school including, where the school has a particular religious character(1) such religious character, is preserved and developed,
(iii)where the school has a foundation, is appointed for the purpose of securing that the school is conducted in accordance with the foundation’s governing documents, including, where appropriate, any trust deed relating to the school, and
(iv)would, in the opinion of the person entitled to appoint the foundation governor, be capable of achieving the purposes for which they would be appointed as a foundation governor;
(b)“ex officio foundation governor” means a person who is a foundation governor by virtue of an office held by the person;
(c)“substitute governor” means a foundation governor appointed to act in the place of an ex officio foundation governor who is unwilling or unable to act as a governor or has been removed from office under regulation 21(1).
As designated by order of the Secretary of State under section 69(3) of SSFA 1998.
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