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Isleworth & Syon School has a long and distinguished history, dating back to 1630, and over time it has been through several different designations. In 2012, the school converted to an Academy, retaining its long-established status as being independent of local authority control.

The Governors of the school have legal responsibilities as set out in the Funding Agreement and in our Memorandum & Articles of Association. Members of the Governing Body are comprised of Foundation Governors (nominated by The British & Foreign School Society [BFSS], Brunel University and The Senate of the University of London); elected Parent/Carer Governors; Community Governors; Co-Opted Governors and Staff Governors.

The Governing Body meets formally once per term and committees also meet on a termly basis. The duties are varied and include setting an annual budget, ensuring that statutory policies are in place, and providing support and challenge for the school’s Senior Leadership Team.

The governors of Isleworth & Syon are responsible for the overall decisions made with regards to the school.

Designation Name
Foundation Governor Dr I Turner
British & Foreign School Society; Vice-Chair
Dr E Tomlinson
British & Foreign School Society
Dr C Gower
Brunel University
Dr D Healy
Brunel University
Dr R Gardner
Senate of the University of London
Parent/Carer Governor Miss A Bolbol
Vacancy
Community Governor Mr A Smith
Mrs V Smith
Chair of Governors
Co-Opted Governor Mr M King
Royal Holloway, University of London
Staff Governor Mr E Ferguson
Headteacher
Ms T Billimoria
Assistant Headteacher: Lead Practitioner
Miss S Hannon
Curriculum Leader: English
Mr R O’Neill
Deputy Curriculum Leader: Science
On Thursday 18 April 2019, all parents/carers were emailed about the next parent/carer governor elections. The resources are included below for reference:

Forms can be completed digitally and emailed to school@isleworthsyon.org or printed, filled out and returned to the main school reception. The deadline is Friday 17 May 2019.