The current Trustees of the St Dunstan’s Educational Foundation are known as the Board of Governors and can trace their origins to an Order of the Master of the Rolls dated 1866.
There are 17 Governors in total.
- Three are ex officio: The Alderman of the Ward of Tower in the City of London and two of the four church wardens of All Hallows by the Tower with St Dunstan in the East.
- A further two are nominated by the Parochial Church Council of All Hallows.
- The remaining 12 are known as co-opted Governors and are selected by their predecessors.
Members of the Governing Body bring a wide range of skills and experience to their task. There are several Old Dunstonians along with parents of former pupils and Educationalists. Governors normally serve for five years though this can be extended.
Their statutory role is to fulfil the charitable aims of the Foundation “ to provide an education for boys and girls in South East London”. To do this they set the strategic targets of the Foundation and carry out the duties of charity trustees, looking after legal and financial matters as well as setting the academic tone and direction for the College.
The Chairman and other Governors may be contacted c/o the Clerk to the Governors,Col N Wallace. Click here to email.
Governors' Biographies may be read here.