Welcome to St John's Angell Town C of E Primary School
"Learning to make the world a better place through Faith, Hope and Love".
St John’s Angell Town C of E Primary School provides a happy, secure and stimulating learning environment where Christian values are embraced by all. We are a one form entry, inner city school situated in Brixton, Lambeth. There is a nursery that offers both full time and part time places. We offer excellent pastoral care to our children, and our creative curriculum coupled with our strong sense of community ensures that we are a happy, forward-thinking and successful school.
Working in Partnership
In October 2018, St John’s Angell Town started to work together in partnership with two high performing, local, church schools - Christ Church Streatham C of E Primary School and St. Luke’s C of E Primary School.
The partnership is a formal arrangement where the schools come together to maximise funding, resources and expertise. All three schools work together but retain their own Governing Bodies, budget allocations, individual admissions, performance tables and Ofsted inspections.
A decision was taken in April 2018 to extend the partnership agreement with the other two schools due to the resignation of the Headteacher. This will remain in place until at least August 2019 and will be regularly reviewed.
"Staff from all three schools have already benefited from sharing best practice, shared training opportunities and support".
As the Executive Headteacher, I am strategically responsible for all three schools until this time. I am supported by Heads of School from both Christ Church and St. Luke’s. The Senior Leaders from the three schools continue to work together.
Working together brings the opportunity for strong, strategic leadership and to work in different ways to ensure the highest quality teaching and learning for children in our schools. Collaboration between the schools is mutually beneficial to pupils, parents and staff on all sites. Staff from all three schools have already benefited from sharing best practice, shared training opportunities and support. Pupils from all three schools have benefited already too, through extended and enriched curriculum opportunities.
Mrs Nicky Zeronian-Dalley