The John Leggott College Corporation ,(or Governing Body, as it is also known) plays a crucial and varied role in contributing to the success of the College. Over the years, Governors have strived to forge positive relationships with the staff, students, parents and members of the wider community. The Corporation is responsible for a whole host of decisions and activities, details of which can be found within this section of the website. If you are interested further in the work of the Corporation then please contact our Clerk Becky Robinson.
Members of the Corporation and the Clerk are entitled to attend every meeting of the Corporation including committees. If someone wishes to attend a meeting who is not a member of the Clerk then this shall be decided by the Corporation.
The roles and responsibilities of the Corporation are many and varied. However, legally the main roles and responsibilities (as determined by the Instruments and Articles) are summarised as:
- The determination and periodic review of the educational character and mission of the institution and for the oversight of its activities;
- Approving the quality strategy of the institution;
- The effective and efficient use of resources, the solvency of the institution and the Corporation and for safeguarding their assets;
- Approving annual estimates of income and expenditure;
- The appointment, grading, suspension, dismissal and determination of the pay and conditions of service of the holders of senior posts and the Clerk including, where the Clerk is, or is to be appointed as a member of staff, the Clerk’s appointment, grading, suspension, dismissal and determination of pay in the capacity of a member of staff;
- Setting a framework for the pay and conditions of service of all other staff.
A copy of the Instruments and Articles of Government are available here.
Other areas that are considered by the Corporation include:
- Monitoring and evaluating the College activities and services;
- Strategic planning of long term issues as well as the short and medium term involvement in the recruitment of other staff as well as senior post holders and the Clerk;
- Promoting the college;
- Assessing the effectiveness of the Corporation (self assessment);
- Ensuring compliance with legislation and policies adopted by the Corporation.
In order to ensure that full consideration is given to every decision and that the workload is manageable a number of committees have been set up. Details can be found on the committee link.
Contact with any member of the Corporation must be made through the Clerk, Becky Robinson.
- Leon Riley - Principal
- Gareth Harle - Staff Member
- Alex Douglas - Co-opted Member
- Paul Townsley - External Member
- Juanid Aslam - External Member
- Simon Driver - External Member
- John Fitzgerald - External Member
- Dave Harness - External Member
- Sylvia Hotchin - External Member
- Ann Moore - External Member
- Andrew Pascoe - External Member
- Paul Raistrick - External Member
- C.Stone - Student Member
- Y.Nawaz - Student Member
The Clerk to the Corporation; John Leggott College is Becky Robinson
Phone: 01724 407061
Post: Clerk to the Corporation, John Leggott College , Scunthorpe, DN17 1DS
*If you require any paper copies of policies please email the Clerk.
The Corporation delegates functions to four committees:
- The Audit Search and Governance;
- Financial Management;
- Quality Assurance;
- Committee Structure May 2020.
- Corporation Minutes, 19.03.19
- Corporation Minutes 03.07.19
- Corporation Minutes 16.10.19
- Corporation Minutes 10.12.19
John Leggott College aspires to provide an impeccable service to all of its stakeholders and we welcome your feedback to help us deliver this. If we fail to meet your expectations then please let us know – you can do this by accessing the Complaints Procedure detailed below.
The college operates an open door policy for its stakeholders including parents, guardians, professional bodies, neighbours and students. We hope anyone feels they can approach a member of staff with any issues or concerns. Consequently, we will aim to address any issues as quickly as possible. When possible, complaints can be handled informally, whereby the staff member approached will endeavour to manage your complaint appropriately and promptly and to your satisfaction. Other occasions may require a formal investigation.
We welcome you to inform us of your concern/enquiry via this confidential link. Once completed, the details are forwarded to the Clerk to the Corporation who will log your comments, send an acknowledgement of receipt and forward to the relevant person to investigate. Please ensure you provide enough information for us to act appropriately.