St Mary’s Catholic Primary School
The school was built with a purpose to inculcate true christian values in children. The school works to make children motivated and self-driven and makes them strong, independent beings who are also capable of working in teams.
St Paul’s CE Primary School
With 210 children on board, St Paul’s CE primary school works towards instilling creative thinking abilities necessary for a child’s growth and development. Christian beliefs and multicultural values form a basis of the child’s curriculum.
St Saviour’s C of E Primary School
Pupils of St Saviour’s C of E Primary School learn good manners that are essential for a person living in today’s times. The curriculum is designed so to balance the academics with playground and project activities critical for a child’s development.
St Anslem’s Catholic Primary School
Southwark’s Archdiocese is the trustee of St Anslem’s Catholic primary School at Tooting Bec road, which takes children according to a pre-decided criterion. The curriculum of the school is outlined keeping in view a balance between religious and the prospectus set out by the government.
St Mary and St Pancreas C of E primary school
St Mary and St Pancreas C of E primary school is tucked away in the serene and calm surroundings of 81 Werrington St. The school vows to provide children with an all-round curriculum that emphasizes the significance of games and sports while not losing sight of academics.
Christ the King Primary School
Children study at Christ the King Primary School in nursery, reception and older primary classes. The love and knowledge of Christ is deemed an important part of the academics taught at the school.
St Michael’s C of E primary school
St Michael’s C of E primary school is a Christian school and thus Christanity is undertoned in values and ethos of the school. The parents affirm the three C policy of the school which undertakes the inculcation of care, courtesy and consideration amongst children.
St Joan of Arc primary school
St Joan of Arc primary school is a school that provides education to pupils of 5 – 11 years of age along with a nursery with children of age 3 to 4 years. This voluntary aided school also caters to children with SEN.
St Eugene De Mazenod Catholic Primary School
The school aims to provide children with an environment that cultivates their social, intellectual and interpersonal skills. The academics are balanced with extra-curricular activities that are rendered equally important for the children.
St Helen’s catholic primary school
St Helen’s is a voluntary aided primary school of Newham. The school aims at raising the self-esteem of pupils and building positive communication and interpersonal skills amongst themselves.