Montpelier is an innovative centre of education excellence where diversity is welcomed and our children, staff, parents, governors, customers and community have an opportunity to grow and develop in a happy, supportive, purposeful and well balanced environment in which every individual contribution is valued.
You may contact the school by telephone during office hours in term-time on 020 8997 5855.
You may contact the school by email at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org. Emails will only be attended to during term-time.
If you have a general enquiry, you may contact our receptionist Ms Lotasz. For enquiries about payments, you should ask for our Finance Office. For matters concerning safeguarding or child protection, you should ask to speak to Ms Glanz, making it clear that you have a concern in this area.
If you wish to send items of post to the school, the address is Montpelier Primary School, Montpelier Road, Ealing, London, W5 2QT. Post is only delivered to the school during term-time.
Each term, parents are given a curriculum map for each of their children. Information on curriculum and other aspects of school life and learning are published on our iMontpelier website. You can explore the current curriculum maps here.
Behaviour for Learning, including Anti-bullying Policy
Our Current Behaviour for Learning and Anti-bullying policies can be found here:
Montpelier Primary School has a full governing body and details of its membership can be found here.
As well as termly meetings of the full governing body, we have two committees, the Education Strategy Committee and the Strategic Development Committee. Their terms of reference can be found here. Montpelier Primary School also has a Safeguarding and Child Protection Committee which includes two governors and which reports to our Full Governing Body twice-yearly at a minimum. Terms of reference for our Safeguarding Committee can be found here.
A Register of Business Interests for Montpelier Primary School can be found here.
The pupil premium is additional funding for publicly funded schools in England to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers.
Pupil premium funding is available to both mainstream and non-mainstream schools, like special schools and pupil referral units.
Funding for 2016 to 2017
In the 2016 to 2017 financial year, schools will receive the following funding for each child registered as eligible for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years:
- £1,320 for primary-aged pupils
- £935 for secondary-aged pupils
Schools also receive £1,900 for each pupil identified in the spring school census as having left local authority care because of one of the following:
- a special guardianship order
- a child arrangements order
- a residence order
For further information please download our 2016 2017 Pupil Premium Strategy Statement using the link below.
PE & Sports Premium
Most schools with primary-age pupils, including Montpelier, receive the PE and sport premium in the academic year 2016 to 2017. Schools receive this funding based on the number of pupils in years 1 to 6. The government calculates how many pupils in our school attract the funding using data from the January 2016 school census. Our school receives £8,000 and an additional payment of £5.00 per pupil.
Funding must be used to make additional and sustainable improvements to the qualify of PE and Sport offered. Further information may be found at this link.
Special Educational Needs & Disability
Montpelier Primary School is an inclusive community of pupils, parents and staff. We aware of and responsive to the needs of each individual pupil. To learn more about our approach to SEND, you can read our current SEND report at this link. in addition, our SEND policy can be accessed using this link.
Data Protection Statement
Montpelier Primary School has a legal obligation to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998. It sets out the rules for processing personal information and applies to most paper and computer records.
The Act entitles you to access information held on you by an organisation. The type of data the school may hold on you is information to help make decisions about education. Organisations must be open about how information is used and must follow good information handling principles.
You will find our current Privacy Notice here.
What does the Act cover?
It covers computer and manual records that hold information about living individuals.
The Act also covers accessible records. These are manual files previously covered by other legislation - Access to Personal Files Act 1987, Access to Health Records Act 1990 and Credit Consumer Act 1974.
For further information please download the Data Protection Policy Privacy Notice for Parents using the link below.
Our pupil achievement results for the year ending July 2016:
Early Years Foundation Stage Results
% pupils in Montpelier
% pupils in borough
Good Level of Development
Pupils achieving or exceeding the expected level in all the prime, literacy and mathematics early learning goals
Pupils reaching expected standard in the Phonics screening checks in 2016
|Year 2 Cumulative||93%||91%|
KS1 (Year 2) Results
|Expected standard or above||Greater Depth|
|All Pupils||School %||National %||School %||National %|
KS2 (Year 6) Results
|Expected standard or above||High|
|All Pupils||School %||National %||School %||National %|
Department of Education Performance Tables
Use this link to view statistics about Montpelier's performance in 2016.
The Local Authority admissions criteria for applications to the school for Nursery to Year 6 can be viewed using the link below.
Food Hygiene Rating
Montpelier received the top rating of 5 = very good from Ealing Councils Food Regulatory Services Officer from an unannounced food inspection on 11th June 2015 - the letter of confirmation and rating certificate can be viewed using the link below.
Ealing Council has signed up to a new national food hygiene ratings scheme (in partnership with the Food Standards Agency). The scheme will give information about the hygiene standards in establisments where food is served. Please click for further information.
- Accessibility Plan
- Admission Criteria for Ealing Community Primary Schools, 2017-18
- Attendance Policy 2017.pdf
- Behaviour for Learning.pdf
- British Values
- Charging and Remissions Policy
- Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
- Complaints Policy
- Food Hygiene Grade, June 2015
- Ofsted Report 2012
- Primary Sports Funding 2015-16.pdf
- Privacy Notice
- Pupil Premium Report 2015-16
- Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2016
- SEND POLICY
- SEN Report, May 2016.pdf