UNCRC Article 28: Every child has the right to an education. Primary education must be free. Secondary education must be available for every child. Discipline is schools must respect children's dignity. Richer countries must help poorer countries achieve this.



On behalf of the Allenby Primary School community, I am delighted to welcome you to our website and for your interest in Allenby Primary, a school for children aged 3 to 11 years. This website has been designed with children, parents, guardians and carers in mind in the hope that the information provided will be useful in capturing what is important to us and emphasising the ethos which underpins everything we set out to do. We are a small community school and as such, one of our fundamental beliefs is that children thrive in educational settings where they are each known as individuals. Allenby Primary will ensure that staff will actively engage with parents, guardians and carers in planning each child’s learning journey. At Allenby Primary we aim to create happy, thoughtful children who grow up to make a difference in the world they live in. We will provide an atmosphere which enables our children to acquire a wide range of knowledge, skills and practical abilities. Whatever your child's ability, we shall meet their needs. Our school statement is ‘what we do matters’ and this stems from empowering every member of our community to understand that they can make a difference. Our school ethos is built around The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, or UNCRC. We have worked hard in recent years to secure the Rights Respecting Level 2 Award, the only school in Ealing and one of only 30 in London. We have created a school charter that our entire community supports and have fostered 6 Rights in particular;

  • The Right to Safe
  • The Right to be Educated
  • The Right to Play
  • The Right to be Healthy 
  • The Right to Dignity
  • The Right to be Heard

These ‘Rights’ are used as a cornerstone in how we deal with all situations at our school and how we reward our children. We believe that by demonstrating these ‘Rights’ every day, children will become positive members of their school and local community. Our parents, carers and guardians are vital partners in all the work we do. It is important that together we build a firm relationship between home and school. During the children’s years at Allenby Primary we hope they will enjoy the stimulating and caring environment we provide and thrive both socially and academically. I joined Allenby Primary in September 2016 with one clear aim, to create an academically successful school with agile learners that can respond to the ever changing world. Consequently, we shall set high expectations and enable children to strive towards them.

Daniel Bishop


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