Headteacher’s Welcome Page


Welcome to Southfield Primary School

Over 100 years ago, in 1906 Southfield school first opened its doors to pupils from Chiswick and the local area. Since then it has evolved to become the happy, friendly and thriving place to learn that it is today. The Edwardian building on Southfield Road, Bedford Park offers a glimpse into the style of education offered at the turn of the last century with three separate entrances for Infants, Junior Boys and Junior Girls. Today the school is home to more than 520 children and reflects the diversity of our local community.

For every child, we aim to provide a happy, nurturing community which inspires them to learn and to be their best.

At Southfield we value:

Respect

Optimism

Honesty

Inclusivity

Fairness

Perseverance

Our school priorities for 2018-2019 are:

•to further improve writing outcomes for all children, including those who are targeted for Mastery / Greater Depth;

•to further develop maths teaching and learning, including for those targeted for Mastery / Greater Depth, through better consistency of practice and more use of practical apparatus;

•to continue to improve attainment and progress for underachieving groups across the school including Disadvantaged, White Eastern European, Somali and children with English as an Additional Language;

•to introduce a new assessment and tracking system to enable more accurate assessment and improved analysis of data;

•to provide more opportunities for child-initiated activities across the EYFS curriculum.

Our website demonstrates the many ways in which we enjoy learning and answers most questions parents have about our school. If you don’t find the information you’re looking for on our site please contact us directly.

May 4, 2018

The Great Pedal Challenge – keep cycling or walking to school!

We are doing really well in the Great Pedal Challenge so far. We are currently 137th in the whole country, 15th in London and joint 4th in Ealing. This is [...]

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May 1, 2018

The Winter’s Tale

Everyone is very excited about the Shakespeare Project work that Year 5 are doing at the moment. This includes working with a project director, doing cross curricular work in class [...]

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April 27, 2018

Molly Sexton Writing competition 2018

We were overwhelmed with the number of entries this year and it was so hard to choose winners. Every child who took part received a certificate. The overall winner was [...]

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April 27, 2018

The Great Pedal Challenge

Being part of the Bike It Crew is fun and exciting because you never know what is coming up. In the Great Pedal Challenge we had the chance to run [...]

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April 26, 2018

Science homework – what a lot we got!

We were so impressed with the range of science homework we received back after the holidays. Key Stage One had the question “Can I jump on my own shadow?” and [...]

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April 20, 2018

Art and Science in the playground – Year One in the sunshine

Year One took the opportunity of the great unseasonal weather and did some art work in the Reception playground. They drew the tree covered in blossom – have a look [...]

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April 17, 2018

Year 4 On Tap entry point

Today we carried out our Entry Point for our new topic “On Tap”. The entry point was called Wacky Waterworks. It involved transporting water from A to B without lifting [...]

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March 26, 2018

Science around the school

Our new whole school display theme is Science. Have a look at the great displays in the halls and also in the Nursery. Lots of questions to answer and lots [...]

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March 23, 2018

Reading Eggs – the winners!

The winners of the individual and class competitions with the most Reading Eggs hours were announced on Friday. The class winners were RR, 1G,2R,3G,4R,5S and 6R. Below you can see [...]

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March 22, 2018

NSPCC visits the school

We were proud to have the charity NSPCC to visit us. They presented two assemblies for Reception to Year 2 and Years 3 – 6. They also had workshops for [...]

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Current House Points Totals:


  • Chiswick 3261
  • Gunnersbury 3020
  • Hogarth 2996
  • Kew 3163

Well done to Chiswick for taking the lead!

The Sunflower Fund


We aim for Southfield to provide a happy, nurturing community which inspires children to learn and to be their best. To do this there are two main areas we would like to improve: the quality of the learning materials that are on offer to our children and the environment in which they learn. The funds we have can take us so far, but we believe if we could generate additional financial support it could benefit the school significantly.

After discussion between the Governing Body and our Headteacher, The School agreed this is an opportunity we would like to try. Therefore, to help achieve this we are asking for your support in making a voluntary financial contribution to a new ‘Sunflower Fund’.

If you would like to support the ‘Sunflower Fund’ you can do so by logging into your ParentMail account and going to the “payments” area where you will find an option to pay in installments of £5, or more if you choose (see box titled custom installment), or a one off payment of £60 per year.

Alternatively, you can set up a standing order with your bank. Please pay to the school account using reference “Sunflower”.
(Southfield Primary School, NatWest Bank Ealing, Sort code: 60-07-10, Account: 03715566).

We will also gladly accept cheques handed in at the front office.

The Governors propose reporting back to you each term on the funds that have been generated and how they have been spent.

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