Grantham College Governing Body
The Governing Body is made up of 14 people from different sectors of the local community, staff members and students. The Board meet three times a year with an additional three strategic planning sessions. There are five committees; Standards, Finance and Research, Audit, Search and Governance. The Standards Committee meet four times a year and the Finance and Audit Committees meet three times a year. Search and Governance Committees are held as and when required. Committee membership is made up predominately from the appointed governors.
The role of the Corporation is in agreeing the strategic direction of the College, setting objectives and monitoring results, and supporting the College to provide a high-quality and effective learning experience for everyone who attends the College. The responsibilities can be summarised as:
• Determining the educational character and mission of the College and overseeing its activities.
• Approving the quality strategy of the institution.
• The effective management of resources to ensure the solvency of the College and the safeguarding of its assets.
• Approving annual estimates of income and expenditure.
• Employing senior post-holders, including their appointment, determination of pay and conditions, etc.
• Setting a framework for the pay and conditions of service of all other staff.
The Corporation's role is strategic, and members do not involve themselves in the day-to-day management of the College.
George Brewis, Chair of Governors
Tim Radley, General member.
- 13th October 2020
- 25th August 2020
- 2nd July 2020
- 2nd April 2020
- 18th February 2020
- 17th December 2019
- 15th October 2019
- 17th September 2019
- 4th July 2019
- 13th March 2019
- 18th December 2018 (PDF)
- 15th October 2018 (PDF)
- 4th July 2018 (PDF)
- 10th May 2018 (PDF)
- 6th March 2018 (PDF)
Standards Committee Minutes
Finance & Resources Committee Minutes
- Year Ending 31st July 2021 (PDF)
- Year Ending 31st July 2020 (PDF)
- Year Ending 31st July 2019 (PDF)
- Year Ending 31st July 2018 (PDF)