Welcome to the Primary School

"Everyone knows everyone in this small, friendly school with different year groups playing together and parents who are involved. A really solid, well-planned education with plenty of extracurricular clubs and activities, creating articulate, thinking pupils who have been listened to and encouraged to engage in, and have meaningful conversations about, all their learning." DSC9087

Good Schools Guide

St Mary Magdalene Academy includes a one form entry Primary for children ages 4 to 11. Situated in a modern building, but with a long history, the Primary is a happy and ambitious place to learn and work.

We have high aspirations for all pupils at the Academy. Our governors, staff, families, and pupils all strive towards our core purpose: ensuring our pupils are happy and successful. 

We take great pride in the arrangement of our curriculum, the foundations of which are built on embedding core knowledge in literacy and mathematics. A carefully structured curriculum ensures that our pupils attain the highest standards, leaving Year 6 with both strong attainment and progress from their starting points.

A strength of the Primary is the breadth of our curriculum.  Our wider curriculum provides a structured and depth approach that delivers a challenging, broad and balanced curriculum. As a church Academy, we are committed to providing high-quality religious education. Furthermore, specialist teachers, often from the Secondary, work throughout the key stages to deliver Music, Physical Education, and Mandarin.

A vast variety of rich opportunities in which children participate are planned throughout their time at the school. These include a range of extra-curricular clubs, assemblies, trips (which take advantage of our location in London), and overnight residential excursions, and the chance to perform in our fantastic annual Shakespeare performance. A quick glance through our newsletter archive will give you a flavour of the extended curriculum we offer.  

A real sense of community is shared by all at our school. Staff work together to improve teaching and learning and build strong relationships with families based on mutual support and trust. We are also very fortunate to be supported by an excellent and inclusive PTSA.

High-quality education can be a great equalising force in our society; it empowers people and is a key ingredient for their success. We are dedicated to providing a rich and welcoming environment so that all our pupils flourish.

We welcome visitors and look forward to showing you our school.


The Goods Schools Guide - St Mary Magdalene Academy Primary



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