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Very active parents association – ‘40 donations for the bake sale the other day’, said a member – with an impressive participation rate considering that many, if not most, families have two working parents. The school adventure service challenge is ‘like a mini Duke of Edinburgh… we do camping, rowing, bird watching, cooking and it’s lots of fun,’ say pupils. Years 4 and 5 were excited about the annual trip to France where they visit a chocolate factory in Boulogne (they like this better than the…

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What the school says...

In 2017 the School received its best ever set of 11+ results to top independent and Grammar schools including City of London Boys & Girls Schools, Forest, Chigwell and Bancroft's. 18 Scholarships, including Music, were offered to the 19 Year 6 pupils.
In the same year the School was adjudged fully compliant in the ISI Regulatory Compliance Inspection with no recommendations for improvement. Three successive parental questionnaires and the ISI questionnaire show that parents are extremely happy with how the school is led and managed and like recent innovations which include improvements to Music, Drama, Languages and ICT, a broadening of the leadership structure as well as focus in preparing their children for life as well as those exams. ...Read more

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Interim Head

Linda Chiverrell is holding the fort whilst a new head is appointed.


Most come in at nursery and go though to year 6. There is a low-key family interview with the head. Places higher up subject to a family interview and in-class assessment. Pupils come from various nurseries in the local area, from Canary Wharf and Stratford out to Epping, Woodford Green, Romford and Loughton, and beyond.

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