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Welcome

Welcome to West Acton Primary School. Our school is a very special place where each child is encouraged to reach their full potential both academically and personally in a happy, safe and stimulating environment.  At West Acton we have high expectations of work and behaviour and we aim to foster a life-long love of learning in our pupils and equip them with skills and attributes which will allow them to flourish both in school and beyond.

West Acton is a truly inclusive school; furthermore our families come from diverse backgrounds and places which also makes it a very vibrant school, rich in culture. Our pedagogy is based in SOLO taxonomy which encourages pupils to think about where they are currently with their learning and what they need to do in order to progress. Underpinning all of this are our values, including respect and ambition. Dedicated teachers and staff work relentlessly to provide our pupils with the very best learning opportunities and build strong relationships between home and school.

I am very proud to be Head teacher of West Acton and look forward to working with current families and showing new families around our school.

Miss Karen Kondo

Head teacher

September 2018

Latest School Events

Reception Nativity Concert18Dec2018

9:30 am - 10:30 am @ Jubilee Hall

Parent/ Carers welcome

Year 1 Nativity Concert19Dec2018

9:30 am - 10:30 am @ Jubilee Hall

Parent/ Carers welcome

Years 3 & 4 Christmas Concert19Dec2018

2:15 pm - 3:15 pm @ Jubilee Hall

Parent/ Carers welcome

Year 2 Nativity Concert20Dec2018

9:30 am - 10:30 am @ Jubilee Hall

Parent/ Carers welcome

Years 5 & 6 Christmas Concert20Dec2018

2:15 pm - 3:15 pm @ Jubilee Hall

Parent/ Carers welcome

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“This school will inspire you to do something great.”

Kyam, Year 6 Pupil