Wellington College China (WCC) aims to establish schools that, over time, can flourish with high levels of autonomy. All schools are legally and financially independent with their own governing boards (School Affairs Board, SAB). However, the schools are not independent. They all operate under a clearly defined common framework.? We have consistent standards and policies in many aspects across the group.? At the senior leader level, we share some group level targets and work together to nurture the group talent pool.? The Central Office is a shared group resource.? The WCC Executive Board is established to make group-level strategic decisions and govern the Central Office. It has 6 members who are drawn from existing school SABs.
日本一道本一区All 15 members of Wellington and Huili SABs are given the title of Wellington College China governors.
日本一道本一区Wellington SAB members are appointed by both Wellington College China and Wellington College International. Huili SAB members are solely appointed by Wellington College China.? School Masters are ex-officio non-voting members of their school’s SAB and therefore ex-officio WCC governors.
Annually all the WCC members meet to:
- Evaluate the effectiveness of governance and plan for improvements
- Share group level information and long-term development strategy
- Engage in training and development
There are 3 full-time governors: The Chair, the CEO and the International Business Director (IBD).? The Chair and CEO serve on all Wellington and Huili SABs and the IBD serves on all Wellington SABs.? All other governors are non-executives and serve on one SAB only.? The combination of paid full-time governors and unpaid non-executive governors provides a balance.? The full-time governors have the depth of knowledge and overview of the group and are responsible for much of the governance administrative work, while the non-executive governors provide a broader range of expertise and ensure openness and transparency in our governance.