The College sits within East Norfolk Multi Academy Trust (ENMAT), a company limited by guarantee and incorporated in England and Wales in 2018 (company no. 11200244).

ENMAT’s governance is overseen by Trustees. Trustees have a broad range of collective experience and represent a variety of cultural backgrounds. Currently our Board has representatives from business, social work, finance, law, education and accountancy. The Department for Education has enabled EN’s Board to have up to 12 (Member appointed) Trustees.

Additionally, the Board also has a number of Committees which help it fulfil its full range of duties. Most commonly, Trustees also serve on a Committee, but this is not always the case.

Also, it is possible to serve on a Committee, but not be a Trustee; such appointments are known as Local Governors. Some are elected by the College’s staff or parents so that the governance structure can benefit from the widest possible viewpoint from its community and stakeholders.