Childs Hill Primary School

Childs Hill Primary has been a national leader in restorative approaches to behaviour management and school leadership for almost 10 year. The school has received recognition from the RJC (Restorative Justice Council) for it’s work and regularly hosts visits from British and international colleagues. Dedication to a community wide relationships policy has guided the school’s work and shaped outcomes for pupils, parents and staff. As a result, Childs Hill is a well respected school that ensures progress for all within a truly inclusive learning community.
Childs Hill joined the Elliot Foundation in 2020, federating with Claremont Primary at the same time. A strong partnership between two local schools has since developed, opening up many new and exciting opportunities. Childs Hill is proud of its innovative curriculum offer, which is as easy as ABC! Every child is supported in developing their Academic ME, Being ME and Creative ME including the pupils who attend the school’s specialist ARP (additional resource provision for autism). The ARP is known as Pathways and has recently been expanded to Claremont.
Our federation aims to achieve a clear and simple goal. We teach all of our children to value their learning, to be proud of themselves and to empathise with others. We ensure they see the worth and transformative power of creativity. We invest in their future, now.


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Cippenham School

Cippenham School was formed on the 1 st September 2020 from the amalgamation of Cippenham Infant School and Cippenham Primary School. In September 2021 we joined the Elliot Foundation family. We are one of the largest primary schools in Slough, however it is essential for us a school team that each child is known to us. To ensure this happens we work in year group teams where our experienced, committed support staff, mentors, teachers and leaders work seamlessly and we are successful in giving that ‘small school’ feel.

Why are we one-of-a-kind?

  • We have keen, enthusiastic, happy children who want to learn.
  • Our children are motivated with a ‘thirst for learning.’
  • Every child really does matters.
  • We celebrate both our diversity and our inclusion.
  • Our parents are supportive, we work successfully in partnership and together we make a difference.
  • We have a fabulous ‘enhanced provision’ which is an asset to our school
  • Our staff are our most valuable resource and we are committed to developing them to be the best they can be.

Our School values are simple. We teach our children respect and kindness, to celebrate both the uniqueness of themselves and others so that they can be the best they can be. By having high expectations of our staff and children and a quality development programme in place for all of our teams, we keep our ideas and practice fresh.

Cippenham School is incredible. Come and visit and see for yourself on one of our open days.


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Claremont Primary School

Built on the site of a 20th century aerodrome, Claremont is a school with a high flying past and today a school community who say, ‘The sky’s the limit!’. Having joined the Elliot Foundation in 2016, Claremont entered into a federation with nearby Childs Hill Primary and secured the go ahead for a fabulous rebuild.

The school is proud to serve its local community in Cricklewood, North West London. We serve an innovative curriculum offer, which is as easy as ABC! Every child is supported in developing their Academic ME, Being ME and Creative ME.  An inclusive and progressive approach to the learning, wellbeing and imagination of every pupil within our diverse, caring and wonderfully harmonious school and newly opened ARP (additional resource provision for autism).

Our federation aims to achieve a clear and simple goal. We teach all of our children to value their learning, to be proud of themselves and to empathise with others. We ensure they see the worth and transformative power of creativity. We invest in their future, now.


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Greenside Primary School

Greenside is a place exploding with ideas and filled with fun. As soon as you step through the entrance doors you will be stunned at the magical learning buzzing around our classrooms. Students at Greenside are confident young leaders who have fun and enjoy life! Our ethos is built on diversity, competition, collaboration and kindness. Our students strive on the challenge to be creative independent thinkers and leaders who challenge and question the world as truly international citizens who will make the world a better place! We're part of the GGL Federation with Griffin, our partner academy.

We are proud that in September 2019 and 2023 we achieved the national Arts Mark Platinum award.

“At Greenside we have taken learning to another world; full of curiosity, performance and challenge! We don’t have traditional teaching: we incorporate film into everything with do and we learn through an experiential learning model. From STAR Days, to working with students of all ages in Film Crews and from Board Meetings to our Friday Specialisms we’ve got it all! We are ‘world ready’ and ‘test ready’ through film and the arts and we all love learning. We are very proud of Greenside and we love being curious & creative. We hope you will visit us soon!” (The Greenside Head Girl & Boy Team)


Griffin Primary School

Griffin Primary is a two-form entry school situated in a diverse and exciting area of Battersea. We're full of fun-loving, charming young people who are keen to learn. We thrive on a positive learning culture and our 8-Year learning journey. 

 We were delighted to join The Elliot Foundation on 1st September 2017 and to become part of the GGL Federation with Greenside, our local partner academy. 

We have 2 key strands of excellence: sports and arts world; areas of the curriculum that we believe are important to develop teamwork and to encourage a culture of students achieving their personal best at all times. We have a large site with some great facilities that allow us to learn in creative ways. We have created a bespoke Inside Out Learning model which links with our ‘City Forest’ vision and our warm invitation to our community to: “Experience the World with Us”. We are also looking now to embrace the GGL vision of World Ready & Test Ready and to inspire our students as we strive every day to be the best we can!

We are proud to be a real local community academy working closely with families and our partners in and around Griffin. Our partners range from local businesses and volunteers to the National Theatre.


Hillingdon Primary School

Learning and achievement drives everything that we do at Hillingdon Primary School. Our job, in partnership with parents, is to build the foundations for a successful education, to enable each child to discover the joy of learning, to help them to fulfil every aspect of their potential and to encourage their growth into effective citizens, ready to play their part in the world and their community.

We work hard to ensure that every child is successful in the key areas of English and Maths and we are keen to see this recognised in the results they secure. However, we also want them to learn and experience more than this through a varied curriculum and a range of extra-curricular and after-school opportunities that complement our work in the classroom. We value each child as an individual and aim to provide the opportunities for pupils to excel in areas where they have a special talent whether this is in science, in sport, in drama, in art, in music or through involvement in our school council.


John Locke Academy

John Locke Academy is a three form primary academy serving the local community in Uxbridge with a vision to make learning irresistible. The academy opened in 2014 with 35 pupils and has grown to over 600 with three forms of entry in all year groups. We are very proud that after our first OFSTED inspection (May, 2017), we were graded as an outstanding school. We have developed an exciting curriculum designed to meet the needs of our local community and continue to draw on expertise from across the Trust to ensure that we fulfil our vision for children.

Our community is being built by a very engaged parent and governing body who are actively involved in developing the ethos of the academy; staff who are committed to creating a vibrant, stimulating curriculum in a safe environment and happy children who are enthusiastic, engaged learners. Our brand new building is housed in the heart of St. Andrew’s Park, formerly the site of RAF Uxbridge, serving the new housing complex being built there alongside the established community in Uxbridge.

John Locke Academy's vision is to make learning irresistible, ensuring that all our pupils have the skills and strategies they need to prepare them for each stage of their education. We share John Locke’s philosophy that education is key to children having control and choice in their lives – opening and broadening minds to the wider world so that they can be successful.


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Parkfield Primary School

Parkfield Primary is a busy, creative learning environment where we are proud of our achievements and the fantastic behaviour of our pupils. Parkfield School was judged as a good school with outstanding early years provision in July 2015. In August 2013, Parkfield became an Academy sponsored by The Elliot Foundation. We have close links with Parkfield Children's Centre, which is next door to our school.

Parkfield School believes that every child should be given the opportunity to find out what their special talents are and to develop skills which will make them a successful and confident learner. Our amazing staff and pupils can speak 67 different languages between them and we enjoy learning about each other's backgrounds, experiences and traditions.


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Pinkwell Primary School

Pinkwell Primary School opened as an Elliot Foundation Academy in April 2014. The school is an active member of our growing community of London-based Elliot Foundation Schools.

Pinkwell is an inclusive and culturally diverse school community with a large staff team and 600 pupils speaking 44 different languages. The school prides itself on its welcoming ethos and its' vision and commitment to "Inspire, Motivate and Succeed", alongside its accolade of being a flagship school for inclusive practice. The Pinkwell curriculum intent is to provide learning opportunities that inspire a life long love of learning and provide all children with the skills and knowledge to be effective communicators; creative and critical thinkers; positive risk takers; adventurers and explorers and independent and collaborative learners.


The Hyde School

The Hyde is a community primary school in the diverse area of West Hendon, London. We are a large, friendly and oversubscribed school with so much to offer. The Hyde received an Outstanding Ofsted judgement in 2015. We are proud to be a Flagship School for Inclusion, and work closely with other schools within and beyond the Elliot Foundation Academies Trust.
 “Outstanding ..  brilliant … phenomenal … life- changing!” - That’s how our pupils describe The Hyde. They say: 
  • ‘The school encourages us to have high expectations. The excellent staff want all pupils to aim high and to challenge ourselves. Everybody helps each other if they are finding learning hard, or if they need help with friendships. We learn to take care of ourselves and how to listen to each other .’ 
  • ‘We are encouraged to be adventurous. We have competitions, trips, clubs and Saturday Project which give us fun education and different experiences. We have an exciting outdoor environment, and our own bouncy castle for the Big Bounce every Friday. We learn how to be responsible, and we even have two school pets, Duggy and Pablo!’ 
  • ‘We think our school is amazing!’
The Hyde School has high expectations of their children who achieve highly.  We expect children to quickly develop outstanding attitudes to learning so they can apply the skills taught and become independent learners who have a thirst for knowledge and aspire to do as best they can.

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