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Parents cite the ‘village school’ atmosphere as one of their main reasons for choosing Maple Walk. ‘There’s a nice, cosy, community feel,’ said one. ‘I liked the fact that it is small, pioneering and affordable,’ said another. ‘It’s a really...

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Maple Walk is a happy, thriving and vibrant independent primary school, for girls and boys aged 4-11, in Harlesden, North West London.

We provide a secure and supportive environment for effective learning and personal development. Maple Walk is committed to giving every child a first-class traditional education in the arts and sciences, drawing as a resource upon the Core Knowledge approach which imparts knowledge through traditional academic subjects.

We have a friendly, well-resourced environment with small class sizes, in which children learn and flourish.

Opportunities outside the classroom abound. Through sporting activities, first class music, art and drama, we encourage every child to find their own particular strength
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What The Good Schools Guide says

Parents cite the ‘village school’ atmosphere as one of their main reasons for choosing Maple Walk. ‘There’s a nice, cosy, community feel,’ said one. ‘I liked the fact that it is small, pioneering and affordable,’ said another. ‘It’s a really vibrant, eclectic community.’ Parents emphasise how happy their children are – ‘mine will look back and feel they’ve been part of something really special and exciting’.

Headmistress

Since 2012, Mrs Sarah Gillam, BEd from Homerton College, Cambridge. Originally Dorset born, but started her career at Lyndhurst House Prep school in Hampstead. She left education for a while to ‘gain some experience in the professional world’ but came back to education as she missed teaching and the children. Her 30 year career includes two middle school headships and one head of junior science. Prior to her role as...

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