As a local-authority-maintained school we must publish specific information on our website to comply with The School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2016.
School contact details
Churchfield Primary School
London. N9 9PL
Admissions Officer: Mrs Myra Sotiris (please contact Myra for any queries you have about the school as she is the member of staff who deals with queries from parents and other members of the public)
Parents are welcome to visit the school for a tour on Tuesdays or Wednesdays at 1.45pm. If this time is not convenient please contact the school office.
Tel: 020 8807 2458
Fax: 020 8807 5830
If you require any paper copies, please pop into the office where someone will be happy to help.
Admissions and Transfers to Secondary Schools
Applying for a school place
Churchfield Primary School admits 60 children into Nursery and 90 into Reception each September. The school admissions policy is in line with London Borough of Enfield procedures. The Local Education Authority is responsible for admissions to our county schools, and any parent whose request for a place is refused has the right to appeal to this body.
Applying for a Nursery in Enfield
For information please click here
Applying for a Primary School in Enfield
Children are admitted to the Reception classes during the autumn term of the school year (1st September to 31st August) in which they reach their 5th birthday. All children start school initially on a part time basis to help them settle in successfully. Children’s specific needs will be dealt with individually.
The application period for a Primary or Nursery place for September 2018 is open from October 2017 – January 2018. As the deadline has passed you can still make an application but will be treated as a late admission. Applications for the next academic year should be made here.
The school is committed to ensuring children settle into school happily. During the summer term prior to them starting school, parents receive information about their child’s induction process, including an information meeting and start dates.
In School admissions
If you move into Enfield and require a school place for your child, you will need to complete the ‘in-year’ application process. Please follow the link below for more details.
Tranferring to Secondary Schools
Information about transferring to secondary schools can be found by clicking on the link below to download the Enfield guide for children starting secondary school in September 2018.
Faith schools, selective schools and schools outside the London Borough of Enfield may have different admissions criteria and you are advised to contact the individual schools or to visit their websites for further information.
If you have not got the secondary school you would like, please find details of the appeals process
For further information please click here
To view our most recent inspection report from 28th June 2017 select the link below.
Exam and assessment results
Key stage 2 (end of primary school) results
We must publish the following details from your school’s most recent key stage 2 results:
- average progress scores in reading, writing and maths
- average ‘scaled scores’ in reading and maths
- percentage of pupils who achieved the expected standard or above in reading, writing and maths
- percentage of pupils who achieved a high level of attainment in reading, writing and maths
You can see our latest results by viewing the following pdf:
A link to the Department for Education’s website for Churchfield Primary School www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/102019
You can view the Churchfield Primary School’s curriculm page by visiting the Our Learning section of our website churchfield.school/our-learning/curriculum/
School complaints procedure
Pupil Premium spending reports
Planned spending for the academic year 2017–18
Achievement of our pupils who are entitled to Pupil Premium
PE and sport premium for primary schools
For information of the PE and Sport Premium fund and how it was used in the academic year 2015–16, please click here.
For 2016 -17, please click here.
Special educational needs (SEN) and disability information
For information on SEN provision at Churchfield please visit our Inclusion page.
You can find some additional information by following the links below:
Enfield Local Offer: https://new.enfield.gov.uk/services/children-and-education/local-offer/
Below are a few useful Links:
Independent Parent Special Education Advice https://www.ipsea.org.uk/
Information and contact details on advice, assessment and support services for children, parents and providers who support them: http://www.enfield.gov.uk/if/downloads/file/765/blue_booklet_contact_list_may_2015
Governors’ information and duties
Please visit our Governors’ page for more information.
Charging and remissions policies
Values and ethos
Our Churchfield Vision
All children have the right to enjoy coming to school to receive the very best education. Our core values of respect, kindness, honesty, responsibility and determination underpin everything we do.
Our Churchfield Values
At Churchfield School, we are committed to serving our community and recognise the multi-cultural, multi faith and ever-changing nature of the United Kingdom. We work to ensure that individuals or groups are free from discrimination regardless of faith, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, political or financial status, or similar.
Our school values of RESPECT, HONESTY, RESPONSIBILITY, DETERMINATION and KINDNESS underpin everything we do. Along with these, the British Values of DEMOCRACY, THE RULE OF LAW, INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY, MUTUAL RESPECT and TOLERANCE OF THOSE OF DIFFERENT FAITHS AND BELIEFS are embedded within our school.
Here are some examples of how our school and British values are shared:
Our curriculum prepares children for life in British Society; this includes developing the understanding and use of money, effective reading and writing skills, collaboration and discussion to research ideas and concepts. Curriculum themes include historical and geographical study in the context of the United Kingdom as well as national and international comparisons. Our children are also given a democratic ‘voice’ in choosing how they learn in the curriculum, especially in Maths.
Our assembly themes uphold and promote our core and British values and children are asked to reflect on related key messages such as care, respect, tolerance, honesty and gratitude.
Respect is also taught within our PSHE lessons where pupils are encouraged to know, understand and exercise their rights and personal freedoms. Our E-Safety lessons and PSHE work on keeping safe promotes the rule of law and individual liberty. We promote care through our regular support of charitable causes such as fundraising and collecting food and giving food to a foodbank at Harvest.
Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs is promoted in RE as children gain a greater understanding of different religions. Planning for RE is directed by the Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education (SACRE) – Agreed Syllabus for Religious Education. The local Church is visited as part of the RE curriculum.
Promotion of the concept of “fair play”, following and developing rules, celebrating and rewarding success, accepting defeat and participating in activities that promote cooperation with others and inclusion for all form an integral part of our PE curriculum.
Churchfield promotes democratic processes through the election of representatives for our School Parliament. This fosters the concept of freedom of speech and group action to address need and concerns.
Link to documents:
British Values in EYFS
British Values throughout the school
Requests for paper copies
If you are a parent and request a paper copy of the information on our website, we can provide this to you free of charge. Please contact our office for more details on 020 8807 2458 or come to reception and ask a member of staff there who would be willing to help you.