Week Ending Thursday 1st December 2022

Message from the Headteacher, Ms A. Sharma:

On Thursday, our Year 11 students attended school in their professional dress ready to impress employers in a mock interview. The feedback from the employers from various fields who conducted the mock interviews was very positive and helpful. The students took this exercise seriously and have talked about how they are going to improve their interview technique even further. This is all part of our work to prepare students for life.

We are collecting dry, long-life food items such as pasta, rice, tinned food, lentils etc. to help needy families and the local food bank.  If you are able to donate any items, please send them via your child to the admin office.  No donation is too small.  Thank you for your support in advance.

A reminder that the school will be closed tomorrow on Friday 2nd December, students will return back to school as normal on Monday 5th December 2022.

Have a great weekend.

Christmas holiday supermarket vouchers to support families

Please click on the link below for further information regarding Christmas holiday supermarket vouchers to support families:


Allergy form

Please ensure you inform the school of any new information relating to your child’s allergies by completing the following Microsoft Form by Friday 16th December:


Visit from Arit Anderson

Arit Anderson from Gardeners’ World visited Villiers High School to discuss our landscape and how we can get students to learn from our environment, interact with their natural habitat and our Villiers future landscaping projects.

Ealing STARS project

We were asked (2 weeks ago) by the Ealing STARS project to provide the song for this year’s sustainable travel project. We were given the lyrics and asked to sing them to the melody of ‘Walking in a Winter Wonderland’. Coincidentally, this is the song our choir was currently rehearsing, although a’ la pentatonic, which is a different arrangement but close enough to deem it a doable task in such a short time. Ms Krenca invited members of the choir to rehearse and record with her after school and the finished product is ready to watch. Mr Lucas dealt with the sound and video recording, editing, and the production of this can be seen by clicking on the link given below. We will appear on Twitter from 1st December and other schools will be asked to learn the words and sing along. This would also assist the school in gaining accreditation toward the Ealing STARS community project award. https://youtu.be/gFefW0IMe1o

Taekwondo European championship

A massive well done to Lamise 7E who has just come back from Malta having competed in her first ever major European Championship. She went through a selection process back in September and was chosen to represent Great Britain and form part of the national team. She did exceptionally well and fought her little heart out but lost to the World Number 10 seed from Greece who was also 3 years older than her. It has been a great experience for Lamise and she hopes that she will have the opportunity to be selected again next year. There is no rest for her as she is competing again this weekend for her final tournament of the year, we wish her the very best of luck.

Ealing primary SEND Football competition

Alongside Featherstone Sports Partnership Villiers High School hosted the Ealing Primary SEND Football Competition. Well done to our 6th form Sports leaders who did an amazing job running the event and showcasing great leadership skills. 

Ski trip

Twenty-nine students visited The Snow Centre for a one and a half hour ski lesson. The students learnt how to get on and off the lift, how to direct themselves whilst on skis and how to stop. The students had an amazing time and staff commented on how lovely it was to teach our students.  

Eco day

Well done to Jathushigah 9V for designing the following lever in her R.E. lesson for Eco day. 

Inspire programme

Year 9 Inspire Scholars used various mathematical methods to construct scale models of the solar system, before being introduced to one of the most mysterious objects known to science- black holes. Through a series of practical exercises, students discover how black holes can be observed, despite emitting no light whatsoever.

Law trip

Year 12 Law students participated in a Bar Mock Trial at Snaresbook Crown Court on Saturday 26th November. They learnt how law touches every aspect of their lives, whilst taking on the roles found in a criminal trial, with cases written by legal experts. They will now be mentored by a Barrister specialising in Criminal Law before they enter the Brick Court Mock Trial, a pilot project supported by Brick Court Chambers at City Law School, University of London on Saturday 4th February. 

Year 7 – Bronze and Silver achievement log

Well done to the forty Year 7 students who celebrated achieving thirty achievement points and received a bronze award certificate. A special congratulations to the following students who achieved fifty achievement points and received a silver award certificate and a phone call home from their Deputy Head of Year: Aishreet 7R, Kelish 7R, Simran 7R, Miski 7R & Hafsa 7I.

DEI in maths

Well done to all the Maths Students throughout Year 7 to 12 who participated in the competition on how ‘Islam contributes towards Mathematics’. It was fascinating to see students’ creativity and team work when working collaboratively on this project. The winners will be announced in next week’s bulletin.

Message to parents of Year 11 – 13 students

Students sitting any exams next summer need to be available for the full exam period. They cannot book holidays until Thursday 29th June onwards.

They will not know their summer exam timetable until next year, as some exams are still being moved due to clashes. However, regardless of when their last exam is, they must be available up until Wednesday 28th June, as this is the contingency day, alongside two contingency afternoons on Thursday 8th and Thursday 15th June.

Contingency dates are added in case there is a national or local emergency and an exam has to be moved and students must be available for this. 

School production

We have officially started rehearsals for this year’s production of ‘Arabian Nights’. We are very excited for you to see it! Please be aware that rehearsals run through the majority of the Winter term and do not finish until 5pm. With the dark nights drawing in, please make plans for your child to get home safely whether that involves picking them up or arranging for them to walk home with an older student in the cast. They are working very hard and we would like all of them to continue attending. 


School photographs day took place on Friday 21st October and the company has planted a tree on behalf of Villiers High School. All orders placed will be sent direct to parent’s home addresses within 10 working days of ordering.

Please note all images are still available for parents to order, however there will now be an increased charge of £3.99 for the delivery.

Key forthcoming dates

Get in touch

If you have any suggestions on how to improve the school further or any concerns, please do not hesitate to get in touch via email: info@villiers.ealing.sch.uk