Governors

The Board of Governors comprises of 17 members – 16 elected or appointed members and the Principal.  The Principal sits at all Board meetings and many sub-committees as a non-voting, but usually quite vocal member.  The Board of Governors meet on a regular basis, normally the third Thursday of the month.  The College Bursar also acts as Clerk to the Board of Governors but does not have a vote.

Much of the school’s business is handled by sub-committees, established to address various areas of policy.  They meet as often as required and report back to the full Board of Governors.  Any recommendations made by the Committees must be ratified by the full Board before they become policy.

Governors also attend meetings of groups that have close links with the school e.g. various meetings of the Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education.  All Governors are offered a programme of training to assist them in their role.

The Board of Governors and the various constituencies of Foundation Governors, Department of Education Nominees, Parent Governors and Teacher Governors must be balanced in terms of religious tradition and gender.

 

Terms of Office


Principal (ex officio)

Mr P Mullan

 

(Clerk to the Board – ex officio)

Mr D Clarke

 

6 Foundation Governors

Karen Hunter   (Chair)(TF) 2014 - 2018    

Sally Osborne   (TF) - 2014 - 2018

Richard Adams (TF) - 2015 - 2019

Elinor Byrden (PF) - 2015 - 2019

Anne White (TF) - 2015 - 2019

Vacant (PF)

 

Note: Foundation Governors should consist of:

                        (a)        Two Parent Foundation (PF) Governors and

                        (b)        Four Trust Foundation (TF) Governors.

 

Parent Foundation Governors shall serve for terms of four years, one being appointed by the foundation governors whenever a vacancy occurs.  When making such appointments the foundation governors shall have regard to the desirability of ensuring that one of such governors is from the Catholic tradition and one is from the Protestant tradition.  No such governor shall be eligible for re-appointment in the calendar year in which he completes a second four-year term of office.

Trust Foundation Governors shall serve for terms of four years, one being appointed by the foundation governors on the nomination of NICIE.  The Northern Ireland Council for Integrated Education shall have regard to the desirability of ensuring that after each nomination at least one, and not more than two of its nominees is from the Catholic tradition and at least one, and not more than two, from the Protestant tradition.  No such governor shall be eligible for re-nomination in the calendar year in which he completes a second four-year term of office.

                                                                                                                       

4 Department of Education Appointed Governors

Colin McClean - 2015 - 2019

Jonny Doey - 2015 - 2019

Vacant

Vacant

 

The four persons appointed to the Board of Governors by DENI shall serve for four years.

No such governor shall be eligible for re-nomination in the calendar year in which he completes a second four-year term of office.

 

2 Teacher Governors

Cathy Hanna - 2014 – 2018

Jonny Strong - 2014 – 2016

 

Teacher Governors shall serve for four years.

No such governor shall be eligible for re-election under this sub-paragraph in any calendar year in which he completes a four-year term of office.

 

4 Parent G

Collette Holmes - 2013 - 2017

Arena Allen - 2013 - 2017

Keri Macauley - 2014 – 2018

Vacant

 

The four elected parent governors shall serve for four years

No such governor shall be eligible for re-election under this sub-paragraph in any calendar year in which he completes a four-year term of office.

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