|Headteacher||Mr Remo Iafrate|
|DfE URN||101928 Tables|
|Ages||11–16 (11-19 from 2009)|
Villiers High School is a mixed comprehensive school located in Southall in the London Borough of Ealing, West London, United Kingdom. The school is a specialist technology college and has approximately 1,200 students and around 80 teaching staff.
The school first opened as Southall County School in 1907, changing its name to Southall Grammar in 1945. In 1963 the school merged with Southall Grammar Technical School (a boys' technical school, which had been located in Beaconsfield road) and was renamed Southall Technical School, under which name it ran for 11 years, until it was named Villiers High School in 1974. As of 2009 the school has been extended by the addition of a sixth form.
Since 2004, the school has taken in a small number of refugee students from around the world, some of them from war zones, and has pupils from a variety of countries. These students are often teamed up with a welcome prefect who helps them for two weeks, and are assessed by a teaching assistant; language education is tailored to each student's needs.
- In 2008, David Onllwyn Jones, assistant head teacher, was made Member of the Order of the British Empire for his services to education.
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