Southfield Primary School

School History

The present building was opened in 1906 and originally housed three schools: Infants, Junior Girls and Junior Boys.  With the advent of the National Curriculum the London Borough of Ealing reviewed the organisation of its schools and in 1993 Southfield became a Primary School admitting children aged three to eleven.

Southfield has a vibrant history and we are lucky enough to have an alumni that live both near and far. If you would like to be added to our list of old Southfieldians then please contact the office with your name and address and we will send you our latest newsletter with details of what’s happening in the school and events and fundraising carried out by our wonderful Southfield Parent School Association (SPSA).

If you would you like to learn more about Southfield Primary School, access to the school records are held at Ealing Local Studies Library in Ealing Broadway (Southfield Primary Archive). Let us know if you find more interesting facts and stories about Southfield.


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