Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is the College’s governing body. It is ultimately responsible for everything that happens at the College and for meeting its statutory purpose. The board does not manage the day-to-day running of the College; rather its job is to ensure the College is managed in the way it wishes it to be. The Board does this by agreeing policies, procedures and the overall strategy and then holding the Principal and staff to account for their delivery.

There are a minimum of 6 Trustees on the Board and they come from a variety of backgrounds from education to ministry. Trustees (except for the Principal who is a Trustee ex-officio) are appointed by the Members of the Charitable Company. The Members are appointed by the core dioceses and the General Synod. Trustees are appointed for a term of three years but are eligible to re-stand. The Board of Trustees normally meets six times a year.

Click here for the full list St Augustine’s trustees

Council of Reference

The Council of Reference provides support and guidance to the Trustees and College. All our sponsoring dioceses are represented on the Council, with representatives from the staff and student bodies. The Chair of both the Trustees and Council is the Rev. Jonathan Croucher

St Augustine’s – Meet our Council of Reference 2021


Rev. Dr. Alan P R Gregory was appointed Principal in May 2014. He is responsible for the day-to-day running of the College.


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