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Parent Views

At the end of every academic year we gather the views of our parents/carers though an annual survey.

Everyone at Earlsfield - class teachers, support staff, phase leaders, SLT, inclusion team, office staff - inspire, encourage, challenge and above all support pupils during their time at Earlsfield. The pupils have some amazing opportunities in all aspects of school life at Earlsfield with the school preparing children extremely well for the next stage of their education, whether that be secondary school or starting a new key stage/year.

100% of parents agree that:

  • the school is led and managed effectively (94% strongly agree)
  • expects children to behave well (91% strongly agree)
  • is welcoming and approachable (93% strongly agree)

Please take the opportunity to read all our feedback and suggested areas for development.

 From former parents

There are many things we will miss about Earlsfield but none more so than the school which x and x have both loved so much and which has given them such a fantastic start to their school lives. Thank you not only for 5 years of excellent teaching and support for their wellbeing, but also for instilling a culture of positivity and resilience which they will carry with them into this next chapter and beyond. 


x has had the most wonderful, happy five years at EP surrounded by very special friends and being taught by such dedicated and hardworking teachers. We could never have imagined when x started Reception what a fantastic and supportive community we would be joining. You have a very special school.
We will always be very grateful to Earlsfield Primary for giving x such a solid and happy start to his schooling. He will miss everyone at EP enormously. Thank you.


We have, and continue to be, absolutely thrilled and amazed at the wonderful teaching and provision of education more widely at Earlsfield, especially during what has been an incredibly challenging last 12 months for the teaching staff in particular.  We genuinely could not have wished for x (and his brother, x) to be at a more supportive and caring school at such an important time, and can only hope we are as fortunate in our experiences at whichever school x chooses next.