Student Governor

Our Student governors play an crucial role in the development of the College, bringing their invaluable experience as day to day "customers" of the college to help drive it forwards and meet its strategic objectives. They are recruited annually following a formal application and interview process and sit on the board for a 1 year term.

Dyese Bruce
Dyese Bruce

Student Governor

Dyese enrolled onto Level 3 Art and Design at Southport College in 2019 and with her passion to represent not only her peers but all students, applied and successfully became a student governor at the start of 2020. She really enjoys studying the artistic and creative fields of work, and is proud of her role as student governor.

Become a Governor

At Southport College we have an active board of governors who play an important role in the ongoing development of the College. Governors are from the local and wider community with a range of skills, knowledge and experience to help the College take forward its strategic objectives.

We value and promote equality and diversity and are committed to equality of opportunity for all and, when a vacancy arises, appointments are made on merit, also taking account of the need to fill any identified skills gaps.

Any person wishing to become a Governor should write to Caroline Jenkinson, Director of Governance, for further information and an application pack:

Call now

01704 392727

Caroline Jenkinson
Director of Governance
Southport College
Mornington Road
Southport
PR9 0TT

Meet our Other Governors

Governors

The College’s governors are led by Chair of the Corporation Veronica Fell, Vice Chair Kathy Passant and Principal Michelle Brabner.

Independent Governors

The individuals who serve as independents on the board of governors are from a diverse range of backgrounds and use their skills and experiences to play a vital role in the development of the College.

Staff Governors

Our staff governors use their knowledge of the College, its staff and students to make valuable contributions to College governance and strategy.