Sir John Deane’s Sixth Form College is an independent Corporation with a Board of Governors that oversees the College’s strategic direction.
There are usually 18 serving governors who come from all walks of life and include community members, parents, staff and students.
Becoming a Governor
Being a governor at Sir John Deane's is a demanding but rewarding role. It involves attending five board meetings a year, as well as three or four extra meetings a year as part of a special committee.
For more information on how to become a governor, click here or use the link in the menu to the right of this page.
If you would like to raise an issue
The Governors welcome and encourage contact with parents on all matters relating to the College but ask that matters of concern be raised, in the first instance, with the Principal.