UNCRC Article 23: A child with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life with dignity and independence, and to play an active part in the community. Governments must do all they can to provide support to disabled children.


Dear Visitor,

Welcome to our website for Allenby Primary School!

As you know Mrs. Baljit Ahluwalia our Headteacher at Allenby for the last six years has sadly departed for pastures new. We at Allenby would like to say a big thank for all the effort, dedication and commitment she has shown over the years. Thank you! We wish you all the best in the future. 

To continue the excellent standards of teaching and learning at Allenby and to maintain the highest values and ethos of the school, Mrs Simigdala is currently the Acting Headteacher, supported by Miss Harvey, Mrs Maloney and Mrs Howard, members of the Senior Leadership Team, all with a wealth of experience. In the meantime we will be endeavouring to recruit a new Headteacher to move Allenby forward into 2016-17.

At Allenby, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is the foundation of all our practice, attitudes and values. All staff care about the children and we listen to every child as they have a right to be heard (article 12), the right to learn (article 28) and the right to join in with others (article 15).

Allenby is proud to be a Rights Respecting school. We were the first school in the London Borough of Ealing to be accredited (November 2013). In March 2015, we received the highest Level 2 award from UNICEF, one of very few schools to do so in the country.

Thank you.

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