The Corporation

Andy Boucher

Welcome! The Corporation is the official name for the Governing Body of the College. Corporation members (we often call them governors) come from a wide range of professional backgrounds and their focus is on strategic policy and the overall direction of the College, as well as ensuring that adequate management, accountability, and control systems are in place and operate effectively.

We're all very proud to be associated with the College and excited by the achievements of our students and staff, including our recent 'Good' rating following an Ofsted inspection in late 2021.

Our goal is to support the College on its journey to become an outstanding sixth form provider within our local community and if you are interested in being a part of this, please do look out for governor vacancies.

Mr Andy Boucher
Chair, Sir George Monoux Sixth Form College Corporation

Meet The Corporation Members

Current Vacancies


Becoming a Governor or Co-opted Member of the Corporation

Are you interested in becoming a Governor or Co-opted Member of the Corporation?

The Corporation

The governing body is responsible for the overall functioning of the College. Our Board has nineteen voluntary Governors, including the Principal, a Parent Governor, Staff and Student Governors. Independent Governors are initially appointed for a 4-year period of office and can serve up to 8 years.

We are also seeking Co-opted Governors with experience and skills in audit, property management, further and higher education experience to support our sub-committee membership.

The College is an equal opportunities organisation and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people. Governor appointments are subject to a Disclosure and Barring Service check. The Board welcomes applications from all sections of the community.

The role of a Governor requires energy, motivation and a commitment to attend around ten meetings each year during term time. Our Governors use their experience collectively to contribute to the academic direction, strategic planning and mission of the College, supporting the decisions of the Corporation and its committees once they have been reached on the basis of collective responsibility. Independent Governors come from a variety of backgrounds including business, education and the community. Co-opted governors are assigned to specific committees, relevant to their experience and expertise and attend approximately 3 meetings per year.

Personal qualities required to be a Governor.

Prospective governors should have the following characteristics:

  • A real interest in Further Education.
  • Skills and experience that will benefit the College.
  • A commitment to act as an advocate for the College and to act in the best interests of the College at all times.
  • A commitment to working with integrity, openness and honesty.

Training and development

Induction training is provided to all new Governors and ongoing training and support is available to enable Governors to discharge their responsibilities effectively and with confidence.

How to apply

To apply please review the Governor and Co-opted Governor role description below and submit a current CV and supporting statement, highlighting how your skills and experience meet the criteria.

Applications should be sent by email to Kay Sandford-Beal, the Director of Governance at

Alternatively, contact Kay to arrange an informal discussion.

Governor Role Description

Co-opted Governor Role Description


Corporation Structure

Corporation Bye-Laws

Meeting Minutes


Date Link
14th May 2024 Download
12th December 2023 Download
10th October 2023 Download
4th July 2023 Download
9th May 2023 Download
13th December 2022 Download
11th October 2022 Download
10th May 2022 Download
4th April 2022 Download
26th February 2022 Download
14th December 2021 Download
12th October 2021 Download
6th July 2021 Download
11th May 2021 Download
30th March 2021 Download
15th December 2020 Download
13th October 2020 Download

Audit Committee

Date Link
26th March 2024 Download
21st November 2023 Download
20th June 2023 Download
28th March 2023 Download
21st November 2022 Download
28th June 2022 Download
31st March 2022 Download
23rd November 2021 Download
15th June 2021 Download
26th January 2021 Download
24th November 2020 Download
19th August 2020 Download
16th June 2020 Download
10th March 2020 Download

External Relations Committee

Date Link
6th February 2024 Download
7th November 2023 Download
5th June 2023 Download
7th February 2023 Download
8th November 2022 Download
22nd June 2021 Download
2nd February 2021 Download
2nd December 2020 Download
19th October 2020 Download
1st June 2020 Download
3rd March 2020 Download

Governance & Remuneration Committee (formerly Governance & Nominations Committee)

Date Link
23rd April 2024 Download
23rd January 2024 Download
3rd October 2023 Download
25th April 2023 Download
24th January 2023 Download
4th October 2022 Download
26th April 2022 Download
25th January 2022 Download
05 October 2021 Download
07th September 2021 Download
20th April 2021 Download
06th October 2020 Download
15th September 2020 Download

Quality & Performance Committee (formerly Quality & Performance Monitoring Committee)

Date Link
19th March 2024 Download
14th November 2023 Download
6th June 2023 Download
21st March 2023 Download
29th November 2022 Download
20th September 2022 Download
22nd March 2022 Download
29th November 2021 Download
21st September 2021 Download
08th June 2021 Download
09th February 2021 Download
1st December 2020 Download
22nd September 2020 Download
9th June 2020 Download
11th February 2020 Download

Resources Committee

Date Link
12th March 2024 Download
4th December 2023 Download
28th November 2023 Download
19th June 2023 Download
27th March 2023 Download
6th December 2022 Download
15th March 2022 Download
21st December 2021 Download
10th December 2021 Download
12th October 2021 Download
16th March 2021 Download
30th November 2020 Download
23rd June 2020 Download
6th February 2020 Download

External Governance Review

Date Link
External Governance Review on the college website by the 30th June 2024 Download

Contact the Director of Governance

If you believe there is a significant deficiency in the college's safeguarding practice that is not being addressed by college management and putting students at risk of harm, you may contact Kay Sandford-Beal, the Director of Governance at Please include your telephone number/preferred contact details in the email.