Since incorporation in 1993, Holy Cross has been fully responsible for its own management and administration. The Governing Body operates within the legislative framework of the Learning and Skills Act 2000, and the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. Its function is to decide on strategic policy and the overall direction of the College, as well as to hold senior management accountable for the running of the College and adherence to its Mission.

Governor Vacancies

Vacancies occur in the Governing body from time to time. If you would like to make a valuable contribution to your community and think that you might be interested in becoming a governor, then please contact us.

Membership stats

5 Male and 12 Female The makeup of the Governing Body represents the
student profile well, and often includes student members from ethnic minority groups. The ethnic
composition of the Governing Body is 88.24% white British/ Irish and 11.76% Asian/Other.


This website is part of the governors' commitment to openness and transparency. The Governing Body believes that its business is open to public scrutiny and, with the exception of those items of business which are deemed to be confidential as defined within the Instrument of Government and Standing Orders, its policy is that minutes of the Governing Body should be available for public scrutiny.

Members of the Governing Body

Below is a list of the current Governing Body.

Name Type
Mr P CampbellCo-opted Governor
Mrs W DignanFoundation
Mrs C FrancisParent Governor
Mr A HanfiCo-opted
Mr H HumbyStudent (College)
Mrs R HyndmanStaff
Mrs I LewandowskiFoundation
Mrs H LeydenFoundation
Mr A LosterFoundation
Mrs J McCoolStaff
Mr J McGrathFoundation
Mrs SJ NuttallStudent (HE)
Mrs S SmithFoundation
Mrs H StaintonFoundation
Mr R StevensFoundation
Mr J SweeneyFoundation
Mrs C VittiPrincipal
Mrs N Yorke-RobinsonFoundation

For more information contact

Clerk to the Governors at: