Welcome to North Ealing Primary School
North Ealing is a successful, inclusive and popular community school serving an area of Ealing known as Pitshanger Village. We work inclusively with our families in order to maximise the learning potential of all children in our community.
We aim to develop our children’s confidence and have high expectations in terms of achievement, progress and behaviour. Sport, music, drama, modern languages and a large number of extra-curricular activities enrich the opportunities for learning.
Our children say, ‘Our school is a calm, friendly and enjoyable place to be.’ Thank you for visiting our website. Please feel free to contact the school directly with any queries you may have.
Mrs Sally Flowers
North Ealing Primary School Mission & its Community
At North Ealing School, we intend to deliver the best possible learning experience to the pupils and parents. We wish to serve our local community and establish a positive, safe, sustainable, challenging and inclusive environment where everyone involved with the school can flourish.
North Ealing is a ‘values-based’ learning community’ committed to the education of the whole child and a strong ethos reflecting the principles of the United Nations Children’s Rights Charter. In addition to our value-based approach underpinning all aspects of school life we believe that our faith, gender and cultural diversity enriches all in our community.
North Ealing Primary School & Learning Values
North Ealing is a ‘values-based learning community’, committed to the education of the whole child.
The Learning Values which have been adopted are based around developing the children to become successful learners.
Nurturing Values / Enquiring / Purposeful Learning / Sustainability.
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Public Health England have produced a letter for schools to distribute to parents which explains when a person requires a coronavirus test and what the symptoms of coronavirus are. The Department would be grateful if you could share and circulate this letter amongst...
A fantastic new competition to promote an awareness and appreciation of diversity, citizenship, inclusion and respect for all. We want YOU to look at the biographies of the nominated 100 Great Black Britons on www.100greatblackbritons.com Create a unique and...
Healthy Lunchbox in 5 Steps Fill up on starchy foods by making a sandwich with bread, pitta or a roll, or make a salad with pasta, potato, couscous, lentils, rice or chickpeas. 2. Add a piece of fruit and salad to a sandwich or eat vegetable sticks as a snack 3. Add a...
Online cooking masterclass with Chef Tom Egerton BOOK YOUR PLACE Sign up to the North Ealing Primary School PTA virtual cooking masterclass, live with professional Chef Tom Egerton. Chef Egerton will demonstrate a recipe while you follow along at home. When is this?...
Returning to School Daniel for Year 5 has painted these wonderful pictures on his return to school. © North Ealing Primary School -
This Year’s Children's Mental Health Week, we need your support to help us raise awareness of the importance of children and young people's mental health. For this year’s theme Find your Brave, Place2Be is asking everyone to think about what makes them feel...