School Governance

The Junior and Senior School is unique in Cyprus in that it is a not-for-profit company owned by the parents. The affairs and property of the school are managed by the Directors of the Company, the Board of Governors, whilst the Principal and the Senior Leadership Team have the responsibility for its day to day running.

The Company’s sole purpose is to ensure, via its Board of Governors, AGMs and EGMs, the ongoing success of the School, within the ethos of our statement of purpose and objectives, in the best interest of the children.

The Board meets on a monthly basis, but further meetings are held in its three permanent committees, the Junior School Committee and the Senior School Committee, as well as the Finance Committee and other ad hoc committees. All committees deliberate and present their suggestions to the whole Board, which examines and decides whether to approve or not the recommendations made.

 For any queries or suggestions, please contact the Board by email:

The Board consists of eleven members, ten of which are elected by all Company members during the Annual General Meeting at the end of the summer term. Governors are elected for a period of three years, at the end of which they are eligible for re-election for another three-year period. The eleventh member is an individual who is not a member of the Company (nor a parent/legal guardian of a student in the school) and is appointed by the Board for one year, with the possibility of renewal for a total of three years.

This group of volunteers brings to the school their wide range of backgrounds and professional expertise. Effective governance is a key aspect for the success of every school. Governors have a vital role to play in contributing towards setting the vision and the strategic direction given, the goals aimed at, and the ethos aspired to. The Board is working closely with the school’s management to safeguard that each pupil has access to the best possible education, within a safe, stimulating and highly positive environment.