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consider are required by the Chief Executive Officer and Principals for the internal organisation, management and control of the Academies (including the implementation of all policies approved by the Directors and for the direction of the teaching and curriculum at the Academies).
107A. In appointing staff the Directors will have regard where relevant to their powers under section 124A of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 or to the powers provided to them under the relevant supplemental funding agreement in respect of each Academy and to their power where relevant to declare a Genuine Occupational Requirement for non-teaching appointments where they believe this to be justified.
108. Subject to these Articles, the Directors may regulate their proceedings as they think fit.
109. The Directors shall hold at least three meetings in every school year. Meetings of the Directors shall be convened by the Clerk. In exercising his functions under this Article the Clerk shall comply with any direction:
(a)given by the Directors; or
(b)given by the chairman of the Directors or, in his absence or where there is a vacancy in the office of chairman, the vice-chairman of the Directors, so far as such direction is not inconsistent with any direction given as mentioned in (a).
110. Any three Directors may, by notice in writing given to the Clerk, requisition a meeting of the Directors; and it shall be the duty of the Clerk to convene such a meeting as soon as is reasonably practicable.
111. Each Director shall be given at least seven clear days before the date of a meeting:
(i)notice in writing thereof, signed by the Clerk, and sent to each Director at the address provided by each Director from time to time; and
(ii)a copy of the agenda for the meeting,
provided that where the chairman or, in his absence or where there is a vacancy in the office of chairman, the vice-chairman, so determines on the ground that there are matters demanding urgent consideration, it shall be sufficient if the written notice of a meeting, and the copy of the agenda thereof are given within such shorter period as he directs.
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