- Volunteer School Appeals Panel Members
- William Perkin Governing Body
- William Perkin School Fund
The Twyford CofE Academies Trust was formed in October 2011. The Trust comprises of Twyford CofE High School, William Perkin CofE High School, Ealing Fields High School and Ada Lovelace CofE High School.
The schools are under the ultimate authority of a Board of Directors whose job it is to ensure that the vision and values of the Trust are lived up to at each school.
However, each school is directly overseen by its own Governing Body which consists of locally-based people who are appointed by the Board of Directors.
You can view the Trust Organisation Chart here
You can view the Trust's Scheme of Delegation here
More information about the Twyford Trust and the Board of Directors can be found hereBack to the top
Volunteer School Appeals Panel Members
We are always pleased to hear from people who would be interested in becoming a Volunteer School Appeals Panel Member.
For more information and to read the document "Apply to become a Volunteer School Appeals Panel Member" please click here
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William Perkin Governing Body
The William Perkin Local Governing Body is made up of local Church of England representatives, elected staff representatives, elected parent representatives, an elected Local Authority representative, co-opted Governors, a Directors' representative and the Associate Head Teacher. Currently the Chair of the Local Governing Body is Hilary Belden who is also the Bishop of Willesden’s Representative.
Details of the William Perkin Governors' attendance at meetings here.
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William Perkin School Fund
The William Perkin Local Governing Body has set up a voluntary School Fund which is used to enhance the equipment and facilities provided from government grant funding.
At other Trust schools, donations have helped fund improvements such as refurbishing music practise rooms, leasing minibuses and improving outdoor spaces for student use.
Regular generous voluntary giving by parents helps the School Fund to thrive for the benefit of all children through various projects above and beyond what would normally be possible.
The School Fund is held in a separately administered bank account and use will be under the control of the School Governors and the Trust Directors. The fund will be subject to audit by the Trust's auditors.
If you would like to make a voluntary contribution please visit the School Fund page here.
The William Perkin School Fund has enabled us to leased our very own minibus and to stock the Learning Resource Centre (Library) with books and other resources:
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