School is closed and only the very essentials are happening with staff working from home for the most part. Staffing for September is sorted as is finance. Exams aren't happening this year etc. Yet many governors in my region want to have online meetings. They are unwilling to meet face to face in socially distanced arenas and class themselves as vulnerable, but like playing with the new toy of Microsft Teams. In view of my recent post re GDPR failures in sending out sensitive data to insecure home computers, tablets and laptops, it would be interesting to know if other GBs are holding internet meetings when schools are closed and just ticking over and if they are, how are they managing the security aspects of governors downloading and viewing sensiteve data and documents on to personal and possibly unsecured equipment. Essentially should GBs meet electronically if there is no urgent need?