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Governance

Governance at The London Oratory School is made up, variously of the Fathers of the Brompton Oratory, the Headmaster, their appointments, staff governors and parent governors. The School is blessed to number amongst its governors former staff and other supporters. If you wish to contact the governing body please email The Clerk to the Governors at clerk@los.ac 

The Governing Body

Foundation Trust Governors                   

Paul Harrington Esq Chairman         
Andrew Zarraga Esq Vice Chairman

Charles Doyle Esq                                      

Mrs Rosa Kummelstedt                             

The Very Revd Julian Large       

Paolo Manca Esq               

Ward McKimm Esq                                   

Gerard O’Doherty Esq
Mrs Bridget Tussaud
Peter Ward Esq      

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Daniel Wright  Headmaster        

Parent Governors (2) (elected)

Ms Heather Alston                                     

Ms Vera Pellegrin                                

Staff Governors (2) (appointed)

Hemish Gunasekara Esq                           

Dominic Sullivan Esq                               

Clerk to the GovernING body

Peter Sircar Company Secretary


Correspondence for the Chairman or Governing Body should be address to the Clerk to the Governing Body psircar@los.ac

School Policies and Key Documents

To view and download the following reports on the schools' policies, please go to:

About Us - Policies - Downloads

Scheme of Delegation

To view the Scheme of Delegation 2019-2020, please click here.

For the Committee Membership 2019-2020, please click here.

Strategic Direction

Distinctively Catholic

  1. To be a flagship School for the Catholic character development of pupils, forming a Catholic conscience, and fitting pupils to move with courage, thoughtfulness and decency in a globally interconnected world
  2. To be a School with varied, unique and distinctive opportunities for pupil growth and contribution, especially in the fields of sport, music, drama and adventure-based learning
  3. To be a highly efficient, well-structured and well-ordered School, staffed with empathetic, energetic and expert educational staff, actively committed to excellence in all curriculum, teaching and professionally relevant fields
  4. To be a School with first class, tasteful and inspiring educational facilities
  5. To be an open, communicative and collaborative School within the Oratorian charism, engaging positively with the challenge of faithful living and working in the 21st century
  6. To capture and harness the affection, loyalty and active support of pupils, parents and supporters, past, present and future, to sustain and build a supportive community over time, living out the meaning of ‘heart speaking to heart’