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Introduction from our Head

Mr. Graham Gunn, our Head Teacher, talks about our school

Mr Gunn

We offer a happy and secure environment where learning is both challenging and fun! We seek to provide the best conditions to enable children to flourish; to grow up to be respectful, thoughtful, confident and caring. We are committed to making sure that school is a special place that allows everyone to thrive – academically and socially. As a Christian school we recognise that we are all equal in the eyes of God and that we possess unique gifts. We seek to nurture these ‘gifts’ to create a vibrant school community where individuals are encouraged to work together for the common good. The principle ‘love God, love neighbour’ governs our attitudes and our actions and all these things are reflected in the school mission statement ‘Faith, Excellence and Enjoyment.’



Donation Day – Sweets or £2 donation to wear own clothes to school

Donation Days for the Summer Fete are Friday 26th May for sweets and Friday 16th June for bottles.

In return for children being allowed to wear their own clothes to school they donate a bottle or sweets for the tombolas, or pay £2 so that we can buy supplies for these stalls.

Summer Half-Term Holiday


SCHOOL CLOSED; Staff Training Day

Important Information for w/c 02.04 2017

CONGRATULATIONS to our Y5 ‘Jaguar Challenge’ Team who have, for the fourth time in five years, reached the WORLD FINALS of this fantastic international annual maths challenge, sponsored by Jaguar Cars and Toshiba. Our school are the youngest entrants every year in a competition that involves students from 10 -17 years of age from all over the UK and abroad. The children have to construct and race a virtual formula 1 car on a virtual grand prix race track. Our team of 4 top mathematicians will compete against schools  from as far afield as China and Australia at the British Motor Museum in Warwickshire. Well done to Maya, Leoni, Dea and Harry G. for reaching the final stage of this tough competition and to Mr. Davison for his expert instruction and enthusiasm!

For your urgent attention:

Central London School Trips UPDATE: As the UK  Threat Level has risen to ‘Critical,’  the school will review the decision to continue with class trips to central London venues after half-term, given that the next scheduled visits are on the 16th June (Reception class to London Zoo) and the 21st June (‘Aladdin’ evening theatre trip). Advice from the Local Authority states that such informed decisions remain the responsibility of individual schools following risk assessments for every trip. Please feel free to speak with me in person if you wish to share your views. Thank you.
Graham Gunn