The Council is the name given to the governing body of College by the Cheltenham College Act 1894, the statute that established the basis of the school’s constitution as it is known today. Its role is clearly focused on governance: setting the strategic direction, vision and values of College and then holding the executive team to account for their delivery.
The Council is the governing body of both schools. It provides balance between the two schools ensuring that the needs and aspirations of each are properly taken into account whilst at the same time providing leadership that has the interests of Cheltenham College as a whole (College and The Prep) at its heart.
Council members can be contacted via the Secretary to Council at firstname.lastname@example.org