During the school day, teachers, the Heads and Deputy Heads of Year and many Senior Leaders will be teaching or on duty and will not always be available to get back to you immediately; this includes email, phone and in-person visits. Either leave a message with reception or email your child’s Head of Year and we will arrange an appointment for you if appropriate. If it is urgent, please make sure this is clear in your message and one of the Senior Leaders on High Profile Day will speak with you as soon as is practical. In an emergency, please dial 999.

Teachers want to respond to family queries at the earliest possible opportunity and will do their best to do so, however, the majority of teachers’ time is taken up teaching and preparing for lessons. Teachers’ responsibilities extend beyond the classroom, and they may be unable to respond to you on the day a query is made. We have also agreed with staff that there is no expectation for them to respond to queries during their personal or family time.

If you are reporting lateness or absence, please check the details on this page:



School Office 020 8813 8001

Attendance Officer 020 8867 9077




The day-to-day care, welfare and safety of your child is managed by the person who is placed closest to them. In the first instance, please approach the following members of staff who are responsible for your child in the following order:

Head of Year or Head of Department (if the query is relevant to a specific subject)

Assistant Headteacher

Deputy Headteacher



Meetings with Heads of Year should be arranged with the reception team or for sixth form, through the sixth form administrator

If you visit the school to meet a member of staff without an appointment, it is likely that the member of staff will not be able to meet you. You will be asked to make an appointment to meet them in the future.

If you urgently need to see someone, for instance if there is a serious family emergency or a child protection issue, please phone ahead and the reception staff will do their best to find a senior member of staff to see you.

For non-urgent meetings we will aim to meet with you within five working days. The school will determine the level of urgency at its discretion, to enable it to manage multiple demands.


Website and Social Media

We use our website and social media channels to promote student achievements, subject information and generic educational information. We are @VHSchool on X (formerly Twitter), Villiers High School on LinkedIn; Villiershighschoollondon on instagram and although there are a few pages on facebook for the school, we do not currently ‘own’ any of them, so do not follow this.

Our Address

Villiers High School
Boyd Avenue
UB1 3BT​


SEN Provisions

Our SEN provision is coordinated by the Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, Mr Trevor Murphy. Please contact him on or on 0208 813 8001


Data Protection

Data Protection Officer

The Data Protection Officer (DPO) is responsible for overseeing data protection within the School. If you have any questions in this regard, please do contact the DPO using the information below:

Ian Serrao

Tel. 020 8813 8001


Freedom of Information Requests

For freedom of information requests please email

Subject Access Requests

For subject access requests please complete the subject access request form

The school subscribes to the following independent GDPR(UK) consultant:

Nine Consulting Limited

20 Goodwood Way

Cepen Park South


SN14 0SY 

Book A Visit

In addition to our Open Evening events, we encourage prospective parents to see the School in action during a normal day. You can book a visit by contacting the School either by phone or email using the details below. Alternatively, you can use the contact form below


Student reference requests

Requests for student references should be emailed to:

General Enquiries Form

Please do not use this form for freedom of information requests or subject access requests.

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