Supporting EN

The Trust’s main governing body is known as the Board of Trustees.

The Board of Trustees (or ‘Board’) is made up of volunteer members drawn from the local community, who bring their expertise, energy and commitment to support the Trust in making the right decisions and improving opportunities and outcomes for young people in Norfolk and beyond. Trustees come from a diverse range of backgrounds. Currently our Board has representatives from business, social work, financial and legal practice, education and accountancy.

The Board works with the Principal and Executive Group to set the strategic direction and values which will drive the Trust towards fulfilment of its mission. The Board sets objectives and monitors results, supporting the College, as an institution within the Trust, to provide the best learning experience possible for the young people in our community.

The Trust Board have three core functions.

1. Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction,

2. Holding the executive leader to account for the educational performance of the organisation and its students, and the performance management of staff.

3. Overseeing the financial performance of the organisation and making sure public money is appropriately spent, achieving value for money.

If you have any questions regarding the work of the Board of Trustees please contact Joanne McDonnell, Clerk to the Trustees, on 01493 662234 or e-mail.

"East Norfolk gave me the stepping stones I needed to be where I am today and it is safe to say I would not be in the position I am today without them and I am truly thankful for the help and support my tutors and the college gave me."
Louis Cook
"East Norfolk was such a wonderful college due to the dedication and commitment of the teaching staff to our learning, and their support throughout the academic year, from extra revision sessions to university applications."
Rebecca Wigmore
"ENSFC inspired me to follow my love of history and literature, with great teachers that pushed me to research and write to my full potential. I fondly remember forging great friendships, lively debates in classrooms, and supportive staff that brought out my confidence in the subjects that I now specialise in and teach myself."
Emma Butcher
Academic, author and broadcaster
"ENSFC really gave me the opportunity to study for A Levels that were closely aligned to my interests in an environment where I developed from a teenager into an adult. I really feel I came into my own between when I left high school and when I left ENSFC in a way that probably wouldn't have happened if I'd stayed at the same school "
Adam Smith
EN Alumni
"My memories of college are very positive ones! Not only did I meet some great people - both student and teachers, but it gave me the grounding to apply myself, to question and to think critically. ENSFC acted as a fantastic platform to help me understand what I wanted to do at university and beyond. "
Rebecca Mahony
Former EN Student
"East Norfolk helped massively in getting me to university. My a level subjects helped me to realise the topics I enjoyed the most, and ucas applications were dealt with simply with the help that was available for this. The learning environment at EN has also greatly helped me settle into the lecture teaching style, where self study learning is hugely encouraged."
Edward Nourse
2016 - 2018
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