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CEO Louise Cooper on BBC Radio Leicester calling 5000+ volunteers to action!

Posted by Sara Siddiqi on 26th March 2018

Governors for Schools is looking to engage 5000+ volunteers this year.

Here, CEO Louise Cooper speaks to Jo Hayward from BBC Radio Leicester on the breakfast show about the need for more volunteers to step forward and offer their services to schools all across England. Learn about the role, hear about the perceived barriers and why you should become a governor – (0:40 – 6:16).


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