Maple Walk School

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62a Crownhill Road
London
NW10 4EB
020 89633890
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Pupils
200
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Ages
4 - 11
Gender
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Mixed
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Other independent school
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The school offers a first class primary education for boys and girls, laying strong foundations in literacy, numeracy and spoken communication on which all later development depends. The ethos is firmly grounded in Christian values, but we welcome and embrace children from all faith backgrounds or none.

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News & events from Maple Walk School

Last update: 09 December 2019
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OPEN MORNINGS SPRING TERM 2020

If you would like to visit the school please book onto one of our open mornings taking place on:

Monday 13 January 9:30am

Thursday 30 January 14:30pm

Monday 10 February 9:30am

This will be an opportunity to have a tour of the school, meet the Head Teacher and to find out about all the exciting activities Maple Walk pupils are involved in.

To book a place please visit the school website www.maplewalkschool.co.uk, call the registrar on 020 8965 7374 or email [email protected]

 

Meet the Head: Sarah Gillam

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Headteacher of Maple Walk School since September 2012. Previously a head for seven years at a school in Berkshire.
 

Who/what inspired you to become a teacher?

It's very simple. It wasn't a 'who', it was really a 'what'. The reality is that I love children and I really wanted to feel like I could make a difference to them and to the start of their education career and that is the nuts and bolts of it.

I had a career break in the world of marketing and I thoroughly enjoyed it but I actually realised very quickly that teaching is a bit of a calling.  

What achievement are you most proud of as Head?

I am really proud when a child comes running into school and says "I love school". That is what it is all about, a child who loves learning and loves their school, is going to do well and be successful.

Since I came here, the thing I am most proud of is the development of a knowledge based curriculum;  this core knowledge is being delivered through an exciting pedagogy.  They are gaining knowledge and understanding of their world and their environment, whilst attending a creative and affordable school.

What does a successful school look like to you?

It is inclusive, creative, enthusiastic and dynamic. It has children with a love of learning and a high level of literacy and numeracy. 

What is the most important quality you want every child to have when they leave your school? And why?

I want them to be confident in themselves and their abilities, be it academic, sport, music or just being a jolly nice person.

I want them to be articulate, have a love of learning and a good work ethic so that whatever school they go to, they understand the importance of the discipline of work. 

Please give 5 words to describe the ethos of your school.

Creative, inspiring, engaging, curiosity and confidence.
 

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