Our Schools

Christ Church  (Streatham) C.E.  Primary
Cotherstone Road SW2 3NF. T: 020 8674 4308
Executive Headteacher: Nicky Zeronian-Dalley

Where Christian values and high expectations are at the heart of all aspects of our school life! A voluntary aided school based in the heart of Lambeth. It is a 1 form entry school – this means that 30 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Christ Church in Reception.

Jubilee Primary School
Tulse Hill Brixton, SW2 2JE T: 020 8678 6530
Headteacher: Tom Prestwich

Enjoying learning together!  Jubilee is a progressive school, rich in cultural diversity and brimming with energy and ambition. The school has 2 forms of entry – which means that 60 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Jubilee in the Nursery.
Holmewood Nursery School
Upper Tulse Hill Brixton, SW2 2RW T: 020 8674 2186
Head of School: Tania Fricker

Where value is given to every achievement great and small every step of the way. An outstanding nursery school serving a diverse community in the centre of Lambeth. Places for 127 children, some on a part-time basis and some on a full-time basis, in consideration of Lambeth’s full time criteria. Children can start in the September after their 3rd birthday.

Holy Trinity C.E. Primary School
Upper Tulse Hill Brixton, SW2 2RW T: 020 8674 2186
Headteacher: David Winn

Excellence in how we worship, learn and work together! A happy, thriving and successful school in the heart of Brixton Hill. The school has 2 forms of entry–which means that 60 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Holy Trinity in the Reception at the age of 4
Orchard Primary School
Cotherstone Road Brixton, SW2 3ES T: 020 8671 4400
Headteacher: Hoosen Randeree

Building a firm foundation of Emaan for the pleasure of Allah and to promote lifelong learning!  A Voluntary Aided Muslim school in the heart of Lambeth. A 1 form entry school – 30 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Orchard in Reception at the age of 4.

Richard Atkins Primary School
New Park Road Brixton, SW2 4JP T: 020 8674 5601
Headteacher: Nadia McIntosh

Inspiring curiosity and the courage to succeed. A welcoming, caring and inclusive community primary school at which any child can fulfil his or her potential fully. The school is 1.5 form entry – this means that 45 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Richard Atkins in the Nursery.
St Jude’s C.E. Primary School
Regent Road Herne Hill, SE24 0EL T:020 7274 2883
Headteacher: Alexandra New

Happy, Inspired, Loved. A Voluntary Aided School situated in the heart of Herne Hill. The school is 1 form entry – this means that 30 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with St Jude’s in Reception.

St Luke’s C.E. Primary School
Linton Grove West Norwood, SE27 0DZ T:020 8670 1981
Executive Headteacher: Nicky Zeronian-Dalley

Growing together in faith, love, knowledge and understanding! A voluntary aided school based in West Norwood with a warm, caring and inclusive ethos. It is a 1 form entry school – this means that 30 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with St Luke’s in Reception.
Sudbourne Primary School
Hayter Road Brixton, SW2 5AP T: 020 7274 7631
Headteacher: Richard Blackmore

Where learning fires enthusiasm This is a happy, thriving and successful school in the heart of Brixton Hill. The school is 1.5 form entry – this means that 45 pupils can be admitted in each year group. Pupils can start their learning journey with Sudbourne in the Nursery.

Trinity Academy
56 Brixton Hill, SW2 1QS T: 020 3126 4993
Principal: Antony Faccinello

Wisdom, Fairness, Courage and Self Discipline . Trinity Academy is an 11-18 co-educational school that opened in September 2014. It is a state-funded, non-selective school, part of the Future Academies trust that has pupils from First Form (Yr 7) to Sixth Form (Yr 12).

The Windmill Cluster of schools is a highly innovative partnership that supports training, support and development for all its staff so that they can provide really high quality education and a whole host of innovative activities for the hundreds of children that attend their early years, primary and secondary schools. The Cluster really lives out the African saying “If you want to go fast go alone, if you want to go far, go together”. Together the Windmill Cluster are achieving great things for local children.

Cathy Twist, Director, Education and Learning LB Lambeth


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