Meet our Board of Governors
The Board of Governors is responsible for upholding the aims and objectives of the school, setting the strategic direction and ensuring the school has the required resources and financing to operate effectively. It is a member of The Association of Governing Bodies of Independent Schools (AGBIS).
The Governors come from a wide range of backgrounds and its members possess a comprehensive range of skills and experience that help the Board to achieve its aims.
The Board is led by a Chair and two Vice-Chairs. The Board delegates responsibility for the day-to-day management of the school to the Principal and the Head Teachers.
The full Board of Governors meets at least six times a year. In addition, the Board also has various sub committees including: Finance & Resources, Learning & Standards, HR, and Projects. Feedback on matters discussed in the meetings is given in the newsletter.
St George’s is honoured to have the patronage of the British Ambassador to Luxembourg, Robert John Marshall.