Perivale Primary is a two form community school for children aged 3 to 11, located in the leafy suburb of Ealing, West London.
Creativity is at the heart of our curriculum at Perivale. We aim to inspire, motivate and nurture lifelong learners whilst developing their skills, knowledge and processes in English, Maths, Science and much more. High quality and enriching experiences beyond the statutory requirement are an essential part of life at Perivale.
We are located in a modern building with exciting learning environments. There are extensive attractive grounds including a sports field, tennis courts and an outdoor library. Our dedicated food technology, music and ICT suites support the delivery of an exciting creative curriculum. We aim to provide rich learning opportunities which are designed with the needs and interests of our pupils in mind.
We take advantage of the many opportunities provided by our local area as Perivale has fantastic surrounding green spaces, all with a village feel. It is bounded by the River Brent and the Paddington branch of the Grand Union Canal.
The school has a shared history with the Hoover Building on the Great West Road, one of London’s finest art deco landmarks and the inspiration for our school logo. Perivale Primary was originally founded in the 1930s to teach the children of Hoover employees.
Local landmarks include the Grade 1 listed church of St Mary the Virgin which is one of the quaintest and oldest churches in Middlesex, with its various parts dating from most centuries since the twelfth and Perivale Wood, an ancient woodland and the second oldest nature reserve in the country.