Governance, Management & Staff
The College is governed by a board of ‘Fellows’ who meet regularly throughout the year. The ‘Warden’ (Principal) is responsible for the running of the school and is appointed by the Fellows. Explore the full managerial structure of the College, meet our fantastic team of teachers and the equally important support staff.
The College is a charitable foundation and overall responsibility for its governance rests with a body of 20 Fellows (governors/trustees, listed below), presided over by a chairman. The Warden (Principal/Chief Executive) and the Bursar (finance and estate) attend meetings of the Fellows to whom they report on all aspects of the College.
The Bursar is secretary to the Fellows. The Fellows meet five times per year. Sub-Committees of the Fellows are all attended by the Warden and Bursar. They are as follows: Finance (10 meetings per year); Buildings (5 times per year); Strategy and Development (termly).
The function and authority of the Warden are defined in the College Statutes which date originally from 1912. The Warden is responsible for the appointment of all staff.
The Board of Management (constituted under the Education Act, 1998 and listed below) is nominated by the Fellows and comprises nine Fellows, the Warden, the Sub-Warden, two elected members of staff, two elected parents and the Chairman of the Parents’ Association. The Bursar attends all meetings of the Board of Management and is its secretary.
The Warden, assisted by the Sub-Warden and a senior leadership team, is responsible for the management, administration and welfare of the College. There are regular Conventions (staff meetings) and House Staff Meetings in the course of each term.
The Parents’ Association comprises 12 parents who are elected annually by the parent body as a whole. The association seeks to support the College as and how it can. It organises social events designed to bring parents into the school and, sometimes, to raise funds for projects.