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A-level Royal College of Art workshop

Villiers’ A-level Art students at the RCA Kensington. Go to ShowZine to see them getting busy with ART.

Villiers Art Jam: A battle of the elements

100% fresh and made from scratch. High School Art at its finest and messiest. Villiers’ year 12 students collaborated, under the influence of artist Dominic Madden to create this animated art battle of the elements. Click here to watch.

Term Dates

  • Autumn Term 2014
    Monday 1st September - Friday 19th December
  • Spring Term 2015
    Monday 5th January - Friday 27th March
  • Summer Term 2015
    Monday 13th April - Friday 17tht July
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Best Ever A-level results for Villiers High School

3 Happy Students

A-Level results day at Villiers High School brought joy forstudents and teachers. The school achieved their best ever A-Level results with 80% of the exams taken being passed at A*- C and 28% of these at the top Grades of A* and A.

Headteacher, Remo Iafrate, said:

We are absolutely delightedwith today’s results and they are testament to the hard work of the studentsand their teachers. It is fantastic that so many of our students will be now begoing on to some of the country’s top universities and these outcomes havereally given them a passport to a very bright future.”

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Villiers Revamps its Canteen

Please click here to see 3 week menu

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News from Villiers

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    E-SAFETY EVENING

    15 September 2015Tuesday 16 September 2014, 6.30pm Villiers...

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    Limited number of places for Year 7 students are available.

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