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The Corporation of Governors provides appropriate support and challenge to the College’s senior management team, contributing to the strategic oversight of the College.

Our governors are professional people bringing their skills and expertise from various areas of industry. Governors have close working links with the College's senior management but are not involved in the actual management of the College themselves. Students and staff are represented on the Governing Body.

Roles and responsibilities of the corporation

The Governing Board as a whole and individual governors have a central role and a key contribution to make to the continuing development of the College. The Board’s position is based on statute with the control of the College vested in the Governing Board. The Board, in essence, represents the interest of the local community, including the business community, and the public interest in general.

The board is there to oversee the operation of the College and ensure it provides what the community needs in a way that reflects the highest professional and ethical standards and makes the best use of resources. It is accountable for the quality of the College’s services, its financial solvency and its sound management. It is specifically accountable for the proper use of the public funds the College receives.

In carrying out these responsibilities there is a clear distinction between governance and management. The governors provide oversight, monitoring and strategic direction. The operations and management of the College are the responsibility of the Principal, who is appointed by and is directly accountable to the Board.

You can request a copy of the College's Strategic Plan by contacting Wendy Philpot on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Corporate Documents

Annual Financial Reports

Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy, 2015 Financial Statements 2016/17
Arrangements for Obtaining Views of Staff & Students, 2016  Financial Statements 2015/16
Careers Education, Information, Advice & Guidance Policy, 2016  Financial Statements 2014/15
Compliments & Complaint Procedure, 2016/17  Financial Statements 2013/14
Data Protection Policy, 2014  Financial Statements 2012/13
 Equailty & Diversity Policy, 2013  Financial Statements 2011/12
Expression of Interest Form, 2017/18  Financial Statements 2010/11
Freedom of Information Policy, 2001  Financial Statements 2009/10
Instrument & Articles of Government, 2015-17  
Membership & Terms of Reference, 2015/16  
Procedures for Handling Complaints, 2013  
 Public Benefit Statement, 2017  
Public Interest Disclosure Procedure, 2015-17
Safeguarding Policy, 2017  
Standing Orders, 2016/17  
Student Code of Conduct 2016/17  
Student Disciplinary Procedure, 2015/16  
Subcontractor Policy & Strategy, 2017/18  
Subcontractor Supply Chain Fees & Charges Policy, 2017/18  
Supply Chain Fees & Charges Policy (End of Year Update), 2016/17  

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Ofsted 2016 Report

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