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Best Private Primary Schools in London

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      • St John's Preparatory and Senior School

        St John's Preparatory and Senior School is an outstanding all-through school located in Enfield, London. With exceptional leadership and vision, the school provides a safe and secure environment for students aged 3-19. They offer a rich and inspiring curriculum, resulting in outstanding outcomes for pupils. The school also boasts an exceptional sixth form experience, ensuring students achieve their best. Although there may be some variability in early years provision and occasional teaching challenges, the school's commitment to exceptional achievement in teaching makes it an ideal choice for parents seeking a welcoming and friendly school community.
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      • Azhar Academy Girls School

        Azhar Academy Girls School is an outstanding all-through school located in Forest Gate, London. With a strong emphasis on character development and academic achievement, the school provides a friendly and welcoming environment for its students. The curriculum prepares students for life in modern Britain, and the school consistently achieves exceptional results. As an inclusive school with nursery classes, Azhar Academy Girls School is dedicated to the success and well-being of each and every student.
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      • Babington House School

        Babington House School provides a top-notch education for students aged 3-18. With a strong focus on individualized learning, students make excellent progress and thrive in a safe and nurturing environment. The school offers a broad and balanced curriculum, enriched with stimulating activities. Core Christian principles underpin academic, social, and athletic endeavors. Scholarships and bursaries are available, and the school has a good track record of academic achievement. Students develop maturity, confidence, and lasting friendships while becoming the best versions of themselves.
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      • Al Risalah Secondary School

        Al Risalah Secondary School is an all-through girls' school located in Wandsworth, London. With a history dating back to 1993, the school offers education for students aged 3-16 years. Led by Mr Suhayl Lee, the school prides itself on its outstanding personal development and good overall effectiveness. It has a nurturing and inclusive environment, reflected in the high number of girls enrolled. The school also has a good Ofsted report, showcasing the quality of education and behaviour within the school.
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      • Hall School Wimbledon

        Hall School Wimbledon is an all-through co-educational school located in Wimbledon, London. With a student population of 156, the school offers outstanding early years education and demonstrates good progress in English, mathematics, and science. It provides effective support for pupils with special educational needs and those with English as an additional language. The school also offers extensive enrichment opportunities for students. However, opportunities for technological learning are limited and there is some variability in teaching quality. Overall, Hall School Wimbledon is a good choice for parents seeking a well-rounded education for their children.
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      • Lycee International De Londres

        Lycee International De Londres is an all-through co-educational school located in Brent, London. With a focus on personal development and welfare, the school provides an outstanding learning environment for students aged 3 to 19 years. The school has a strong sixth-form provision and offers a well-organised curriculum. Despite some areas requiring improvement, the school has made effective improvements since its previous inspection. With positive attitudes to learning and a commitment to meeting regulatory requirements, Lycee International De Londres is dedicated to providing a vibrant and dynamic educational experience for students.
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      • Hampton Court House

        Hampton Court House is a good all-through school in Richmond upon Thames, London, providing outstanding early years provision and a well-designed curriculum. With a focus on developing interests and a love for learning, the school offers academic, art, and music scholarships. The exemplary behavior of pupils and effective safeguarding arrangements create a positive learning environment. The school values diversity and promotes active engagement in media and current affairs. With good leadership and teaching in sixth form, Hampton Court House prepares students for academic success.
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      • Read Academy Education

        Read Academy Education is an all-through school located in Ilford, London. With a co-educational setting and a range of classes from nursery to year 11, the school provides a nurturing and supportive environment for students aged 3-16. The school has shown significant improvements in recent years, with good overall effectiveness and leadership. Most pupils achieve well in their subjects, particularly in literacy. The school also offers a quality early years provision. However, there are some areas that need further development, including outdoor space in early years and planning teaching to challenge the most able students.
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      • The Harrodian School

        The Harrodian School is a co-ed all-through school located in Richmond upon Thames, London. Established in 1993, it provides a broad and ambitious curriculum for students aged 4-18. With high expectations for behavior and academic achievement, the school offers good pastoral care, effective support for pupils with special educational needs, and a strong commitment to reading and PSHE education. The school also provides rich spiritual and cultural opportunities, well-developed careers guidance, and has achieved good results in both GCSE and A-level exams.
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      • The Complete Works Independent School

        The Complete Works Independent School, located in Tower Hamlets, London, is an all-through co-ed school founded in 2013. With a small student body of 72, the school focuses on providing a supportive and creative learning environment. Recognized as a Good school by Ofsted, the school excels in promoting outstanding behavior and attitudes, as well as personal development. The school offers a custom educational program for each student, ensuring their unique needs are met. With a strong emphasis on creativity and artistic means, The Complete Works Independent School helps students re-engage with education and achieve academic success.
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      • Fulham School

        Fulham School is an all-through co-ed school in London, providing a comprehensive and dynamic curriculum from ages 3-18. With a dedicated Pre-Prep offering a creative curriculum, specialist taught courses, and outstanding early years provision, students are encouraged to be curious, take risks, and enjoy lifelong learning. The school's excellent Ofsted reports highlight its good overall effectiveness, quality of education, behaviour and attitudes, and leadership and management. With a student body of 651 and a supportive community, Fulham School is committed to empowering students to succeed.
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      • Tayyibah Girls' School

        Tayyibah Girls' School is an all-through girls' school located in Stamford Hill, Hackney, London. With a focus on providing a high-quality education, the school aims to help students realize their highest potential. They prioritize the development of students' ICT, literacy, and math abilities, as well as their social skills. The school fosters a safe and respectful learning environment for every student and faculty member. Tayyibah Girls' School believes in instilling good character and providing an Islamic education. With a strong emphasis on personal development and outstanding behavior and attitudes, the school prepares students for success in their future endeavors. The school has achieved good results in recent exams, with an EBacc average point score of 6.34 in 2019.
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      • Beis Malka Girls School

        Beis Malka Girls School, located in Hackney, London, is an all-through school for girls aged 2-16 years. With a total of 590 students, it provides a nurturing and inclusive environment for learning. The school, founded in 1982, has a dedicated staff led by Mrs G Wind. It offers a range of support for students with special educational needs and has a good track record of academic achievement. With a focus on personal development, behaviour, and leadership, Beis Malka Girls School ensures a well-rounded education for its students.
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      • The Eden SDA School

        The Eden SDA School, founded in 1995, is an all-through school located in Ealing, London. Led by headteacher Mrs Laura Osei, the school provides a high-quality education for students aged 2-18. With a good Ofsted rating and a focus on personal development and behaviour, The Eden SDA School offers a supportive and inclusive environment for both boys and girls. The school also has nursery classes and a sixth form, allowing students to thrive academically. Despite its small size, The Eden SDA School excels in providing a well-rounded education for its students.
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      • The Lloyd Williamson Schools

        The Lloyd Williamson Schools is an all-through co-ed school located in Kensington and Chelsea, London. With a history dating back to 2000, the school offers education for students aged 3 to 17 years. Led by Mrs Lucy Meyer, the school prides itself on providing a good quality of education with a focus on personal development and strong leadership. With a total of 88 students, including 54 boys and 34 girls, the school ensures a supportive and inclusive environment, with 3.7% of students receiving SEN support. The school has achieved a Good rating by Ofsted, showcasing its commitment to high standards. With nursery classes and a sixth form, the Lloyd Williamson Schools offer a comprehensive education for children of all abilities.
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      • Al-Sadiq School

        Al-Sadiq School is an all-through, co-educational school located in Brent, London. With a strong emphasis on pupils' spiritual, moral and cultural development, the school provides a nurturing environment for students aged 3-16 years. While the school has faced challenges in terms of overall effectiveness and leadership, it offers a curriculum that contributes well to personal development and students make sustained progress in key stages 3 and 4. Teachers of Islamic studies are highly effective, and pupils typically behave well. The school strives to improve in areas such as teaching consistency, preparation for future education, and meeting independent school standards.
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      • Beis Chinuch Lebonos Girls School

        Beis Chinuch Lebonos Girls School is an Orthodox Jewish all-through school located in Hackney, London. Established in 1991, the school offers a comprehensive education for girls aged 2 to 16. With a commitment to personal development and good behavior, the school provides a supportive environment. Although the latest Ofsted report highlights areas requiring improvement, the school's focus on early years provision and academic progress is evident. With a small student population of 776, Beis Chinuch Lebonos Girls School ensures individual attention and support for students with SEN needs. The school does not have boarding facilities and offers nursery classes. Overall, the school strives to provide a well-rounded education within a religious and inclusive setting.
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      • Quwwat Ul Islam Girls' School

        Quwwat Ul Islam Girls' School is an all-through school in Forest Gate, London. Founded in 2003, the school provides a supportive Islamic environment and offers a blend of National Curriculum subjects and Islamic education. With a focus on personal development and good behavior, the school aims to equip girls aged 4-16 with the skills and self-assurance for a promising future. The school values diversity and welcomes students of all faiths and backgrounds. Although the overall effectiveness and quality of education require improvement, the school has shown positive progress in areas such as leadership and management. In KS4 exams, the school achieved a 4.2 average point score for the EBacc subject and a high percentage of students achieving GCSE grades 4 or higher.
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      • Beis Rochel d'Satmar Girls' School

        Beis Rochel d'Satmar Girls' School is a Jewish all-through school located in Hackney, London. With a history dating back to 1978, the school provides education for girls aged 2-19. While it offers a co-ed environment, the number of boys enrolled is minimal. The school has a good quality of education and positive behavior and attitudes, as highlighted in the Ofsted report. However, improvements are needed in the areas of personal development and leadership. The school also offers a nursery and sixth form, catering to a total of 1311 students. With a focus on SEN support, the school ensures inclusivity by accommodating students with special educational needs. Although the overall effectiveness of the school requires improvement, parents can be assured of a nurturing educational environment for their daughters.
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      • Bnos Zion of Bobov

        Bnos Zion of Bobov is an Orthodox Jewish all-through school for girls aged 3-16. With a focus on good behaviour and attitudes, the school provides a nurturing environment for personal development. Although the school requires improvement in certain areas, its early years provision is rated as good.
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