Edward Wilson Primary School
Westminster, United Kingdom
About Edward Wilson Primary School
Edward Wilson is a Westminster Local Authority community primary school named after Dr. Edward Wilson, who was a member of Captain Scott's last Antarctic expedition, 1911-1912, and lived in what is now Delamere Terrace in the local area. We are set within attractive grounds near Littel Venice and just a short walk along the picturesque canals to Paddington station.
All the staff at Edward Wilson are enthusiastic and hard working in their pursuit of the best for our pupils. There is a comprehensive after-school programme with external providers taking clubs from cookery and art to homework and ICT. The aim is for eachpupilto attend one club each year. We have strong links with the Royal Albert Hall and we have over 30 volunteers in school working with our pupils.
The staff are very sociable and events are organised each term to support well-being.
There is a strong governing body and we are committed to the safeguarding of all children.