The Women of Vision Trust was established in 1998 to encourage gift aided parental donations to support the development of facilities and resources at Watford Grammar School for Girls.
The Women of Vision Trust has charitable status and is registered with the Charity Commission under number 1069040.
Since its establishment, the Trust has raised significant funds to help support many key projects that otherwise would not have been possible.
Jeff Herman is a Chartered Accountant and Management Consultant and has been a Trustee of the Women of Vision Trust since its establishment in 1998. Jeff has also been a Governor and Chair of the Finance & General Purposes CommitteeFind Out More
Jo Hemmings is a parent of two daughters at Watford Grammar School for Girls, and the current Chair of the Parents’ Association. Jo works in Development at a girls’ independent school, and has been a parent Governor at a primary school. Jo was appointed a Trustee of the Women of Vision Trust in 2018.Find Out More
Paul Taylor is a senior partner in a firm of solicitors. Previously a governor at Watford Grammar Girls School, Paul was one of the founding trustees of the Women of Vision Trust and was reappointed as a Trustee in 2016. Paul provides valued legal advice ensuring that the Trust fully meets its obligations as a registered Charity.Find Out More
Katherine Hedges is a teacher at a girl's independent school, a Watford Grammar old girl and was appointed a Trustee in 2017.Find Out More
Sylvia began teaching geography in 1992 at Tring School Hertfordshire. Since then she has taught in a range of schools in London to Botswana, joining WGGS in 2007 as Assistant Head. Sylvia was appointed as Deputy Head in 2014 and ultimately permanent Headteacher in April 2018. Sylvia was appointed a Trustee in 2018.Find Out More
The Women of Vision Trust ensures that, even in a tight fiscal climate, the school continues to improve and to flourish. The consistency and the generosity of regular parental contributions are the key to our success.