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The Council of Trustees are the guardians of Wycliffe College’s purpose and are ultimately accountable for the organisation.
They hold the Senior Leadership Team responsible for the organisation’s performance, strategy and policy.
The formal sub-committees to the Council include:
Simon Lloyd is Chairman of the Trustees. Find out more about the current Trustees and the work they undertake on behalf of the College.
Richard (OW 1977-1989) spent his childhood in Gloucestershire and started his Wycliffe education in Lower Prep.
Simon is a solicitor specialising in employment law and is serving as HR Director at a local company.
Caroline graduated from Aberdeen University with an MA in Geography with Economics.
Lynn is a retired Prep School Headteacher. She graduated from the University of London with a degree in Biological Sciences and a PGCE in Science Education.
Will was educated at Charterhouse, studied Agricultural Sciences at Newcastle University and served in the British Army.
Lucy was educated at Charlton Park, Cheltenham and went to Wycliffe for 6th form.
Alison (OW, 1994-2011) attended Wycliffe from Nursery through to Sixth Form and went on to study English Literature and Drama at University in Cardiff.
Susie was educated at Cheltenham Ladies College, going on to study engineering at Cambridge University specialising in manufacturing engineering for her Masters degree.
Simon, an OW, studied Estate Management at Reading University following which he joined a surveying practice in Birmingham.
Greg (OW, 2006-2011) attended Wycliffe and went on to study Law with Hispanic Law at University College London, spending his third year at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid.
Educated at Birkenhead School and Oxford University (LMH), Graeme has been involved in teaching since 1990.
John is a campaigner, storyteller, teacher, youth worker, independent diplomat, writer and broadcaster who has spent his career working with and for young people in the UK and around the world.
Andrea was educated at Saint Mary’s Covent and then King’s School, Worcester before going on to study Geography and Biology at Exeter University.
James has enjoyed a career as a Chartered Building Surveyor working on the design, repair and maintenance of many different types of property with a particular emphasis on School facilities and Historic Buildings.