The school is managed by a Board of Directors which consists of representatives from the London Welsh Community, Parent Body and the Lead Teacher.
Should you wish to write to any member of the Board, you can address your correspondence for the attention of the Board/Board Member to London Welsh School, Hanwell Community Centre, Westcott Crescent, Hanwell. W7 1PD or contact Glenys Roberts the Chair via email on email@example.com or Ceredig Thomas, the Vice-Chair on firstname.lastname@example.org .
The school is managed by a Board of Directors who are responsible in law for the school and we have a duty of care towards the children, their parents, staff, visitors and others associated with the school.
It takes responsibility for the way the school is led, sympathetic to its founding principles of ensuring the school strives for a high standard, bilingual education to all pupils.
Its key responsibilities are to focus on three core strategic functions:
1. Ensuring clarity of vision, ethos and strategic direction;
2. Holding the Lead Teacher to account for the educational performance of the school and its pupils, and the performance management of staff.
3. Ensuring prudent financial management of the school and making sure its money is well spent.
For more information on the purpose of the Board of Directors please see below.
Our current Board : –
Chair, Curriculum and Standards, and Finance – Mrs Glenys Roberts
Glenys’s involvement with The Welsh School began in 1989 when her children attended the Mothers and Toddlers Group. She subsequently led the Mothers and Toddlers Group and later led the Nursery School. She also taught part-time at the school. Glenys now teaches in schools in West London. Her involvement and experience in education will be of benefit to the running of the school. Glenys is from a Welsh speaking family from Llanelian near Colwyn Bay.
Risk Register and Vice Chair – Mr Ceredig Thomas
Bangor born and raised, Ceredig graduated in Civil Engineering at the University of Manchester. Ceredig, a chartered engineer, has been working on various large civil engineering and building projects in the UK, the majority of which in the capital. Ceredig has three children, all of which received their primary education at Ysgol Gymraeg Llundain.
Curriculum and Standards – Mrs Ann C Batey.
Originally from Crymych, Pembrokeshire, Ann graduated from Bangor University with a degree in Welsh literature. After a period of teaching in North Wales, she spent her career as a teacher in London primary schools. She specialized in working with young pupils on Reading Recovery programmes and with those who had English as an additional language until she retired recently.
Finance – Mrs Angela Robinson
Angela is originally from Denbigh, North Wales. She moved to London to attend the London School of Economics. After graduating she qualified as a Chartered Accountant and worked for 27 years in practice doing external audit and financial reporting. She is now a consultant for International Family Offices.
Parents Representative & IT/GDPR- Mr Jonathan Wright
Jonathan has been involved with the school since 2014 when his son joined the nursery class. Originally from Cwm Gwendraeth, Jonathan graduated from UMIST with a Masters degree in Software Engineering. His expertise is in IT and GDPR, and he runs his own IT company
Ms Rhiannon Evans
Mrs Carole Boyce
(Further info to be added)
Clerk – Mrs Eleri Brady email@example.com
Originally from Aberystwyth, the school has been part of Eleri’s life for the last 30 years. Her 5 sons attended the school, and they are certain that the school was vital in keeping the Welsh language alive in their home.
Information about the Board – The purpose of the Board of Directors
Our Current Strategic Plan: Strategic Plan 2019-2023
Annual Report to Parents 2019 – 2020 Board of Directors’ Annual Report 2019-2020
Annual Report to Parents 2017 – 2018 Board of Directors’ Annual Report June 2018
Annual Report To Parents 2015-2016: Annual Report to Parents 2015-2016
Welsh Schools Trust – Articles of Association: WST Articles of Association