School closed for half term - Monday 23rd October to Friday 27th October

 Children return to school for the second half of the autumn term on Monday 30th October.

Head Teacher's News 16th September 20141Download PDF

After a year of great effort and commitment, we finished the summer term with excellent results in Years 2 and 6. Equally, our children in the Reception classes achieved very well and have now settled into their Year 1 classes. This is an exciting and challenging year with schools adapting to a new curriculum, and, of course, free school lunches for all children under seven. Our teachers spent most of the spring and summer designing a new curriculum that builds further upon a learning structure that is already rigorous and successful, and we look forward to sharing in the children's experience of it over time.

A New School Year!

It has been an absolute delight watching our Nursery and Reception children settle into school life so well. Across the school children and staff have returned with enthusiasm and positivity and set the tone for another great year.

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Universal Free Lunches

This term we have started serving free school meals to all children under seven.

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PTA Meeting this Wednesday 17th September at 7.00pm

Please do come to the first PTA meeting this Wednesday at 7.00pm.

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Marathon Running - message from Ms Mackenzie

Mr Walker from Ealing Half Marathon www.ealinghalfmarathon.com/  came to our school last week to talk to us about running in Ealing. 

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Football and Hockey Clubs

Building upon last year's work, we are now offering regular and free training to children in Years 5 and 6 after school.

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New Additions To The Team

The new year brings with it some changes to our teaching and support staff.

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Changes During The Summer

The summer provides an opportunity to refresh the school building and the site in general. Our caretaker Matty Wojtczak, and business manager Neena Bahd, ensured the school was ready for a fast start.

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Parking on private driveways

Private driveways, resident bays and dropped kerbs are not for morning drop offs.

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