|North Ealing Primary School|
|Type||Community primary school|
|Department for Education URN||101870 Tables|
|Head teacher||Sally Flowers (Since Sept 2014)|
|Age||4 to 11|
By the turn of the 20th Century the population of Ealing was expanding fast, and so a program of school building was undertaken. North Ealing school was the last of the 5 state schools to be constructed during this period, on the account that most of the children in its catchment area attended independent schools. The architect for this and the four others schools was the local borough surveyor and engineer Charles Jones.
It takes in students of both genders, from ages 4 to 11. It will be completely a 3 form school by 2015. It currently has around 650+ students in total and also includes a nursery. Famous Pupils:-Peter Crouch The uniform consists of a white/grey shirt or blouse, grey trousers, shorts, skirt or pinafore, a grey jumper or cardigan, and a blue/gold tie.
This section needs to be updated.February 2017)(
It consistently performs above the LEA and national average.
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