The Governing Body, or Board of Governors as it is usually known, was established under the provisions of the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. Its function is to decide on strategic policy and the overall direction of the College, as well as to hold senior management accountable for the running of the College and for adherence to its Mission.
The College’s Mission statement, approved by the Board in November 2020 is:
“St Mary’s College seeks to provide a challenging, high quality, education whereby all members of the College community can grow as balanced individuals, morally, intellectually and emotionally.”
Our Governing Board
The Chair of Governors for 2020-2021 is Mark Conboy. Details of our Board meeting dates and Board membership are attached.
Our instruments and articles have been amended and these amendments have been approved by all parties, and the latest version can be found below.
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Our instruments and articles have been amended and these amendments have been approved by all parties, however we are yet to receive a signed copy which is why the attached is named as a draft. For your information a copy of the previously approved Instruments and articles are available for your information.