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 the Board, or any member of the Board, you can address your correspondence to the attention of the Board/Board Member to London Welsh School, Hanwell Community Centre, Westcott Crescent, Hanwell. W7 1PD, or alternatively leave in the school office.

It takes responsibility for the way the school is led, sympathetic to its founding principles of ensuring the delivery of 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.


ChairMrs Margaret Tudor Jones

Margaret was born in Machynlleth, but taught in London Primary schools for forty years, before retiring in July 2013. Having been a Deputy Head and Inclusion Manager, her knowledge and experience in education is invaluable to the Board.

Vice Chair and Parent RepresentativeMr Ceredig Thomas

Bangor born Ceredig is a Chartered Civil Engineer working in London. He moved to London in 1993 and has since worked on numerous construction projects in the Capital. He has been involved with Ysgol Gymraeg Llundain since 2004 when the first of his three children started attending the Meithrin.

Finance - Mr Neil Thomas

Originally from Cardigan, Neil was educated in various schools including  a small rural school in Pembrokeshire.  He later went on to Jesus College, Oxford before training as a chartered accountant.  Neil has worked for British Airways, Siemens, Atos before moving to Royal Geographical Society and now Nacro, which is involved in mainstream education as well as its traditional activities of secure education, housing and offender rehabilitation.  His interests include rugby and he volunteers regularly to fundraise for Winston’s Wish, a charity in the field of childhood bereavement.

Education – 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.

SecretaryMrs Eleri Brady

Originally from Aberystwyth, the school has been part of Eleri’s life for the last 25 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.

EthicsReverend Robert Nicholls

Originally from Penclawdd near Swansea, Robert was educated at Gowerton School and University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. Following a number of years as Head of Music at Maes-yr-yrfa Welsh Medium Comprehensive School, he became a HMI Inspector of Schools. In November 2015 he was inducted as Minister at Eglwys Gymraeg Canol Llundain / The Welsh Church of Central London, Eastcastle Street, Oxford Circus.

MediaMrs Sioned Wiliam

Sioned Wiliam’s expertise is in media and broadcasting. She has worked as a presenter and a producer for over 20 years in both England and Wales. She is currently the Commissioning Editor for BBC Radio 4 Comedy.

Our Current Strategic Plan: Strategic Plan 2015 -19

Annual Report To Parents 2015-2016: Annual Report to Parents 2015-2016

Welsh Schools Trust – Articles of Association: WST Articles of Association

Annual Report to Parents 2017-2017