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Robbie's letter to the School Council indicates that in 1991, the problem of the Board of Trustees was still a live issue. It is clear that there was a desire to replace the Board pending what appears to be a suggestion put to the remaining Trustees that they resign their posts. A lack of engagement in the school affairs by the existing Trustees would obviously be of great concern, however what is also of concern is the declaration of intent that a new Board of Trustees should be appointed - presumably by the School Council. It is entirely against the Constitution of the school and the basis upon which the school was founded for the School Council to assume the authority to replace the entire governing body of the school. There is no mention in the letter of the Archbishop of Sudan or Egypt as being existing and permanent members of the Board of Trustees.
Changes to the school Constitution are also suggested in the letter. The School Council does not have the authority to change the Constitution in any way, but must refer to the Board of Trustees for such matters.