Queen Elizabeth’s is fortunate to benefit from an experienced and talented Governing Body, which sets the School’s overall strategic direction and ensures that the highest standards of education, safeguarding and financial probity are maintained.
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The Governing Body was itself established by the Charter of 1573 which founded the School. The document, signed by Queen Elizabeth I, mandated a corporate Governing body, of 24 “discreet and honest men” who were to hold ownership of the School’s assets, the power to appoint and dismiss staff and the authority to regulate its affairs. The Governors have subsequently shaped the history of the School through their decisions, deeds and, for more than two centuries, through the financial support they provided at their own personal expense.
The Governing Body, of whom details can be found below, continues to be at the forefront of ensuring the School’s present and future success. The service and dedication of our long-standing Chairman, Mr Barrie Martin, led to him being awarded the MBE for Services to Education in 2014.