High expectations for work and behaviour are central to our school. We want all of our pupils to "Believe" in themselves and their abilities; to "Persevere" with tasks even when they are challenging and to "Succeed" at school and in life. We aim to provide a broad curriculum built on core key skills with an extensive and varied range of opportunities across all subjects to enthuse our pupils and enable them to reach their full learning potential.
Beaconsfield Primary School (BPS) is a very successful community school which seeks to educate all pupils to the highest possible educational standards.
Our Values and Ethos are summed up as:
B - "BELIEF" ? Belief in one's own talents and abilities.
P - "PERSERVERANCE" ? Perserverance and resilience for all learning.
S - "SUCCESS" ? Success for learning, Success for life.
We are working towards achieving recognition as a "Rights Respecting School (RRSA)" where all members of the school community support and abide by the articles of the "UN Convention on the Rights of the Child".
As a multi-faith, multi-ethnic community school, we work to support the development of the coreBritish Values in all that we do through the school curriculum and across the wider school community. These core values are:
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Beaconsfield Primary School is a thriving community school in the heart of the vibrant Southall community. Our school is located in a large Victorian building and we are very fortunate to have many specialist rooms for activities such as music, science, art & design, computing and an Adult Learning space.
The school was formed in 1908 as a high school for girls. From 1916 to 1919 the school was used as a hospital (No.2 Australian Auxiliary Hospital, Southall) to treat over 7000 wounded Australian soldiers from the battlefields of World War 1. After the hospital use the school was converted into a mixed junior and infant school. The school is now a mixed primary and nursery school.
The school at one time had three forms of entry and additional buildings. As new schools were built these were removed to give us a grassy field and a larger playground. A nursery was added several years ago and now the school provides a single form of entry primary and nursery school with 252 pupils on roll.
With the increasing demand for school places the school is now expanding again to become a two form entry school. A 'bulge' Reception class has now opened in a newly constructed room adjoining the main hall.
Construction will shortly commence on a new two-storey building to be placed on the northern side of the school site. The new building will contain a new kitchen/dining room facility, two specialist classrooms for our ARP pupils and four larger modern classrooms along with group work rooms and sensory and soft play rooms.
In addition to the new building the existing building will undergo extensive refurbishment and modernisation. All work will incorporate modern design features and support sustainability with solar panels, reduced drainage run-off and efficient insulation and heating. The next 100 years for Beaconsfield will be as successful as the last 108 years has been.
Teaching in any country is a wonderful career. Teaching in London is a wonderful life.
Living in and around the London Borough of Ealing is perfect for young professionals and teachers with the travel bug. Heathrow Airport and the heart of London are 20 miles away.
The borough of Ealing is a fantastic place in which to live and work. Located in the heart of West London it comprises seven districts - Ealing, Southall, Hanwell, Acton, Northolt, Perivale and Greenford. Each of these areas has unique characteristics, and together they form one of the most vibrant and diverse communities in Britain.
Ealing Broadway is home to many shops, pubs and parks and Shepherd’s Bush is around the corner, providing access to Westfield shopping centre. As one of London's busiest boroughs, there are all the recreational facilities you would expect in a lively metropolitan centre, with museums, a local theatre, cinemas, galleries and an eclectic mix of restaurants to choose from.
Travel in and out of London is simple and inexpensive, with a variety of discount airlines and train options getting you in to Europe and beyond.
If you’re tired of London, you’re tired of life.