Former students – professional Chelsea and England footballer, Reece James; world-renowned composer, Philip Sparke; and theatre and TV actor, Taheen Modak.
Isleworth & Syon is a school with long-standing heritage and traditions, with hundreds of thousands of students passing the threshold during the school’s long history. At Isleworth & Syon, students form a bond with the staff and the school, and so we are keen to maintain relationships with our alumni once they have moved on to pastures new.

Isleworth & Syon welcomes visits from alumni, and has hosted several reunions in the last few years. The latest of these – involving the class of 1968 – was a massive success, with thirty-two ex-students returning to their place of secondary education. They came from as far and wide as Canada, France and even New Zealand, receiving a tour of the school. If you are an old boy who wishes to visit, please contact us.

The school also has links with The Isleworthians. Founded over a hundred years ago as the ‘Old Isleworthians’, the school maintained strong sporting links with Isleworth Grammar School, a relationship that persisted following the merge with Syon School for Boys, and remains to this day.

It operates several successful sports clubs and social functions, and hosts the school’s annual cricket match against the MCC in June. All students are invited to join the Isleworthians Association when they leave school. The school is very grateful for the support it has received from the Association over the years.