8th October 2004 at 01:00
NOTE- In The TES of September 24 I realise the answer may have been taken to mean that you couldn't have a governors' meeting without 50 per cent attendance.

You can have a meeting, but without a quorum of 50 per cent, you can't make decisions.

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