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JONES, Lyndon (Hugh) (born 1943), Principal and Chief Executive, Harris City Technology College, 1990–99

HOLMES, Patrick (born 1939), Professor of Hydraulics, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, 1983–2003; Dean, City and Guilds College, 1988–91

LEWIS, John (Anthony) (born 1946), Principal, 1989–2006, Academy Adviser and School Improvement Partner, 2006–11, Dixons City Academy (formerly Technology College), Bradford

MATHER, Thomas (1856 - 1937), Professor of Electrical Engineering, City and Guilds (Engineering) College, Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington, 1909–22, then Emeritus

TAIT, James (Sharp) (1912 - 1998), Vice-Chancellor and Principal, The City University, 1966–74, retired (formerly Northampton College of Advanced Technology, London, of which he was Principal, 1957–66)

HUTTON, Robert Salmon (1876 - 1970), Fellow of Clare College, since 1936; on Court of Goldsmiths’ Company, since 1936; Vice-President, City and Guilds of London Institute, since 1950; Hon. Fellow, Imperial College of Science and Technology, 1952

PAGE, Frederick Handley (1885 - 1962), Founder and Man. Director Handley Page Ltd, Chairman since 1948; Chairman and Managing Director Handley Page (Reading) Ltd; Member of Council, Hon. Treasurer since 1943, Chairman 1929–31 and 1937–38, Pres. 1938–39, of Society of British Aircraft Constructors, Ltd; Chairman of Council and Exec. Cttee of City and Guilds of London Inst.; Governor and Fellow of Imperial College of Science and Technology; Chairman of Board of Governors, College of Aeronautics, Cranfield; Assoc., Manchester College of Technology; Hon. Assoc., Birmingham College of Technology

JONES, H. Chapman (1854 - 1932), late Lecturer on Chemistry and Photography at Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington; Past President of Royal Photographic Society; late Examiner in Photography to the City and Guilds of London Institute

MORGAN, Gilbert Thomas (1870 - 1940), Chairman Research Fund Committee, Institute of Brewing; formerly Mason Professor of Chemistry, University of Birmingham; formerly Professor of Applied Chemistry, Technical College, Finsbury; formerly Professor in the Faculty of Applied Chemistry, Royal College of Science for Ireland; formerly Assistant Professor in Chemistry, Royal College of Science, London; Director Chemical Research Laboratory, Teddington, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1925–38; formerly President and Secretary of the Chemical Society; past President and Gold Medallist, Society of Chemical Industry; Corresponding Member of the Royal Dublin Society; Fellow of City and Guilds of London Institute; Hon. Associate, Manchester College of Technology

HARLOW, Frederick James (died 1965), Hon. Member and Past President, Association of Principals of Technical Institutions; Past Chairman of Council, Association of Technical Institutions; Chairman, Examinations Board. Member, Council, Executive, Policy and Overseas Committees, City and Guilds of London Institute; Hon. Secretary, Canterbury and District Branch, Gideons International; Member: Executive Committee, Sudan United Mission; Governing Body, Simon Langton Schools, Canterbury; Canterbury Technical College; Visitor, General Optical Council; Past Member: Burnham Technical Committee; Council of Overseas Colleges of Arts, Science and Technology; Advisory Committee on Education in the Colonies, Colonial Office

HEATH, (Henry) Frank (1863 - 1946), Officier de l’Instruction Publique, 1904; Member of Council, Royal Albert Hall, 1929–45; Crown Governor of the Imperial College of Science and Technology and Member Finance and Executive and other Committees, 1931–45; appointed Governor by City and Guilds of London Institute, 1945; thereafter re-appointed member of the above Committee, 1945; Hon. Secretary, British National Committee for Intellectual Co-operation under the League of Nations, 1929–45; Member, Royal Commission for the 1851 Exhibition, since 1924; Member of Council, Queen Alexandra House, 1931–45; Member of Universities China Committee in London, since 1932; Chairman, General Council, 1938–39, Vice-Chairman, 1939–44, and Chairman Mark Committee, since 1935, of British Standards Institution

 

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Introduced as a result of the Education Act 1988 to provide an alternative to local authority schools. They were financed by industrial and commercial sponsors, and were non‐selective and non‐ fee‐charging. Only fifteen were established, and some have since become beacon schools, while others have adopted maintained status.

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