Byron Court Primary School
Brent, United Kingdom
About Byron Court Primary School
Byron Court Primary School is a mixed, non-denominational community primary school for three- to 11-year-olds. It is located in Wembley, in the north-west London borough of Brent.
The school was founded in 1932 and has around 680 students. It is a Teaching School – these schools are deemed to be led by strong leaders and they provide high-quality training and development to both new and experienced school staff.
Values and vision
Byron Court Primary School’s motto is “Believe it, Achieve it!” The school’s stated aims are: to provide opportunities to reach our potential; to inspire an enthusiasm for learning; to work together to achieve our best; to make a positive contribution to our community; and to build lasting memories.
Byron Court describes itself as an inclusive school where pupils, parents, staff, governors, the local authority and local services work in partnership to meet the needs of the community. The school believes that all members of its community have an entitlement to a quality education within a clean, safe, attractive and orderly learning environment.
“This is an outstanding school. It has seen a remarkable improvement in recent years, particularly under the current headteacher’s highly effective leadership. Others in the restructured leadership team make a very significant contribution in supporting her drive for ever-higher standards.”
“Much of the teaching from Reception to Year 6 is imaginative, challenging and pitched carefully at the needs of the pupils … Pupils are very clear about their levels and next steps in writing.”