Sheringdale Primary School
Wandsworth, United Kingdom
About Sheringdale Primary School
Sheringdale, a community state school, is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational primary situated in Southfields, south-west London. The school will provide 352 places for pupils aged 3-11 when fully subscribed.
The school sees itself as being at the heart of the local community, and actively encourages the participation of its governors, each of whom has been linked to a different subject area. Sheringdale has recently completed some building work, with the new classrooms and extra outdoor space benefiting the younger students in particular.
Values and Vision
The school’s primary vision is “Learn, Create, Grow Together”. School rules focus on kindness, helpfulness, respect, hard work, honesty and listening. Sheringdale encourages children to be outdoor learners as well as keen academic performers. A team of staff, governors and families give the school everything it needs to create an atmosphere of creativity, care and high educational standards.
Extracurricular activities take place every day of the week, and include music clubs for pupils learning piano or recorder, as well as netball and cricket/multi-sports clubs.
“Outstanding teaching ensures that pupils make rapid progress and achieve exceptionally well whatever their starting points. The school is constantly evaluating its performance and making any changes necessary in the drive for even higher outcomes. Pupils are confident and have extremely good social skills which, along with their excellent academic achievements, means they are exceptionally well prepared for secondary school.”