Charity StatusAs a registered charity (Charity Number:1149946-3) Llandovery College takes very seriously the requirement for all charities to demonstrate that their activities deliver a genuine public benefit.
The School has three Charitable Objectives, which are THE ADVANCEMENT OF;
- EDUCATION BY THE CONDUCT OF LLANDOVERY COLLEGE OR SUCH OTHER SCHOOLS IN WALES AS THE TRUSTEES SHALL DECIDE & BY OTHER ANCILLARY ACTIVITIES FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE COMMUNITY.
- EDUCATION FOR THE PROVISION OF INSTRUCTION IN THE WELSH LANGUAGE, HERITAGE, CULTURE & ARTS.
- RELIGION BY THE PROVISION OF INSTRUCTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRINCIPLES & DOCTRINES OF THE CHURCH IN WALES.
The College also provides scholarships and bursaries, as well as in reducing the financial burden to the state of educating some 320 pupils who would otherwise be educated within the state sector.
Llandovery College is a significant local employer and tries, wherever possible, to source goods and services locally.
Llandovery College is a charitable company limited by guarantee: No 1149946-3
ComplaintsThe number of formal complaints received by the school during the last academic year is available on request from the Warden’s PA
Governing Body of Coleg Llanymddyfri (Cymru)Michael Morgan - Chair
Managing Director and owner of Morgan and Morgan Business and Technology, South West Wales’ largest independent IT and office solutions company. Chairman of Nemo Purchasing and Marketing Group. 12 years’ experience as a School Governor. Contact at 01269 846725 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Rattenbury LLB – Deputy Chair
Chief Legal Officer at Power and Water, specialising in commercial contracts, intellectual property, employment law and regulatory matters. Current Directorships with Latep Holdings Ltd., Gennaker Ltd. and SMR Business Services Ltd. Old Llandoverian.
Jonathan Davies MRICS FAAV FRAgS
Local farmer and Executive Director of NMR plc UK & Eire responsible for the milk recording sales & marketing operations within the group including Nordic Star eartags and Silent Herdsman oestrus detection systems.
Matthew Paul MA PgDip Law
Barrister practising within Civitas Law’s Public, Planning and Regulatory group. Experienced advocate in regulatory cases in the Crown Court, Magistrates’ Courts and disciplinary Tribunals; for prosecuting or regulating authorities and for defendants.
Hewan Ormson BSc MBA PGCE
Retired teacher with over 20 years’ experience in school leadership, inspection and governance of secondary schools in London and the South East of England.
Darren Creese ACA BSc (Hons)
Chair of Finance Sub-Committee. A qualified Chartered Accountant working as Finance Director for T. Quality Ltd, a national fast food wholesaler. Experienced in a number of sectors including property, financial services and wholesale whilst managing to find time to compete in Ironman Wales.
Llandovery College is a member of the Association of Governing Bodies of Independent Schools.
Associate GovernorsKaren Towns