The Priory CofE Primary School


Welcome to The Priory Church of England Primary School.


At The Priory we want all our children to have special, happy memories of their time in primary school.  ‘Achievement for all, guided by God’ is our vision and our aim is to ensure all our pupils thrive.  We have high expectations of our children and through excellent teaching, we provide them with focused challenges that advance their learning opportunities. We are committed to ensuring learning is exciting, fun, and engaging.

We are proud of our inspiring and varied curriculum, focusing on skills, knowledge, and understanding in a wide range of subjects. Our extensive school grounds, facilities, and the local area enhance our curriculum.  Visits to Holy Trinity Church, local parks, museums, art galleries, and other places of interest in London regularly bring learning to life.

We particularly value sport and physical activity.  Sports specialist coaches supporting our high-quality Physical Education Programme.  All pupils are actively encouraged to participate in a wide range of in-school and extra-curricular activities. Singing forms part of our daily collective worship and brings joy to us all.

As a church school, we explore our Christian faith through assemblies, collective worship, and RE lessons, having strong links with Holy Trinity Church and the local community.

Please take a moment to explore our website to gain a snapshot of our school to find out more about us.

I encourage you to contact the school office on 020 8540 8059 to arrange a tour to visit our school and see us in action.

I look forward to the pleasure of meeting you.

Lesley Steward


Open Days 2024

Please get in touch with the school office to book an appointment on 020 8540 8059

If these days are inconvenient, alternative times can be arranged through the school office.

March 2024

Wednesday 20th - 9am

April 2024

Wednesday 24th- 9am 

May 2024

Wednesday 22nd -  9am

June 2024

Wednesday 19th  -9am


…a welcoming, harmonious and caring atmosphere and a secure culture of high expectations among the staff. Pupils, including in the early years, are confident and resilient, and are able to manage their feelings well. Staff ensure that positive partnerships help parents and carers to support their child’s learning.

- Ofsted 

Pupils described their school as a friendly and welcoming place. They said that they feel safe and well cared for. Pupils in this school are kind and considerate. They are kept safe because teachers always help and support them. Pupils know that if they have any worries staff will listen to them.

- Ofsted 

…a welcoming and vibrant place which clearly celebrates its embedded Christian foundation whilst being inclusive of those with different backgrounds and beliefs.

- Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) Report December 2016

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