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Earlsfield Primary School

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Leaders provide an array of opportunities for pupils to take on roles of responsibility. They encourage all pupils to develop confidence and leadership. For instance, peer mentors support younger pupils to develop positive relationships at playtimes. School councillors suggest improvements for the school and curriculum. Pupils choose local charities and arrange fundraising initiatives. Pupils take their roles seriously and work hard to make a positive impact on the school and community. ‘Eco-warriors’ promote the conservation of energy and the reduction of waste.

Ofsted 2023


The headteacher has created an inspiring community where all pupils have the opportunity to ‘shine’. Excellent teaching, together with high-quality pastoral care, help pupils to blossom into well-rounded, articulate individuals who value and enjoy their education.

(Ofsted 2017)

Pupils leave Earlsfield exceptionally well prepared for the next stage in their education. They are thoughtful and articulate young people.

(Ofsted 2017)

Rights Respecting School Council

As a Rights Respecting School the children’s voice and their opinion is very important to us as school.

For many years we have had an active school council which encourages responsibility, democracy and ownership. Follow the link to find out more.

House Captains

In Year Six, as part of the additional responsibilities given to the children are the roles of House Captains.

These are very important roles in school.

Our Four Houses are Paddington, Kensington, Waterloo and Piccadilly.

Peer Listeners

As part of the school’s commitment to developing responsible citizens who give back to the community, older children carry out peer mentoring in the playground.

They listen to children in the playground and help other children to listen to each other. This is something we are incredibly proud of as a school and the children speak highly of it.

Young Leaders

The Young Leaders are made up of Yr5 children who work alongside KS1 children to encourage group play and promote positive friendships.

They model how to play a range of playground games and encourage the younger children to join in and have fun together. All Year Five children are expected to participate in this programme in order to give something back to the school.

RRS Article 12

You have the right to have your own opinion, which is listened to and taken seriously.

RRS Article 29

You have the right to an education that develops your personality and abilities, and encourages you to respect other people, cultures and the environment.

RRS Article 31

All children have the right to relax and play, and to join in a wide range of activities.