Welcome to Churchfield School

Celebrating Diversity

Valuing cultural differences

A vibrant, friendly and happy place

Our school is a vibrant, friendly and happy place to learn and work. We celebrate the diversity of our school community and work to ensure that all of our families feel that their culture is valued and respected. We put wellbeing at the heart of all we do, for all members of our school community. Whether through the Felix Project, uniform swap shop and bespoke support for families; through Place2Be and well trained staff for the children; or a well established Wellbeing Team for staff, our school community is a very happy one.

School noticeboard

School Lunch Taster Day

Please see below for information about the school lunch taster day:

School Lunch Taster

Ofsted Inspection

Churchfield Primary School was inspected by Ofsted on the 22nd November 2022, please see the links below for more information.

Letter to parents

School inspections – a guide for parents

Welcome back to school!

We hope you all had a lovely summer break. We have many exciting things happening this term – so keep an eye out on our website and in our newsletters.

School dinners

View our latest school menu here. And for more details about school lunches, free school meals and ParentPay visit here.

School clubs

At Churchfield, we aim to make our wrap-around care as convenient and as flexible as possible. We have a Breakfast Club beginning at 8:00am and an After School Club which runs until 6:00pm. There are extra curricular clubs too.




Term Starts: Tuesday 5th September 2023
Half Term: 23rd–27th October
Inset Day (Closed): Monday 30th October
Term Ends: Wednesday 20th December


Term Starts: Monday 8th January
Half Term: 12th–16th February
Inset Day (Closed): Monday 19th February
Term Ends: Thursday 28th March at 1.30pm


Term Starts: Monday 15th April
Bank holiday (Closed): Monday 6th May
Half Term: 28th May–31st May
Inset Day (Closed): Monday 17th June
Term Ends: Wednesday 24th July

School Values

Our school values of responsibility, respect, determination, kindness and honesty are embedded in all aspects of our school life. We aim to improve behaviour, conduct and self confidence by developing strong values within the pupils at the school.

Churchfield’s SPRING Curriculum is designed to create life-long learners who care about their world. It is a springboard to give our children the skills, knowledge and personal qualities to enable them to become whatever they want to be. We pride ourselves on our commitment to inclusion and strive to ensure all children access an education that challenges, motivates and allows all children who pass through our doors to realise their potential in a safe, supportive and happy environment.

Useful information for parents/carers


Pay for school meals and more


Keeping parents/carers informed


What your child should wear

School Admissions

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.

Life at Churchfield School

Click on an image below to read about how we approach Teaching & Learning at school

Progression in knowledge and skills

Our well thought out and sequenced curriculum enables children to make excellent progress in all subject areas, ensuring children have opportunities to recall and build on prior learning. Our ‘fast feedback’ approach promotes timely responses to assessment findings during lessons, and ensures that children are given the challenge or support they need.

Imagination and Creativity

Imagining, trying new ways of doing things, and experimenting help develop critical thinking in children and foster creative problem solving. We provide opportunities to nurture children’s imagination and creativity, through our rich and exciting curriculum.

Reading and vocabulary

Reading is at the heart of our curriculum, as we believe this offers children a key to successful learning across all subjects.The development of children’s language is crucial to their success across the curriculum and therefore subject specific vocabulary is prioritised and promoted.

Nature and Environment

We are extremely fortunate to have large, beautiful outside grounds in our school, including a farm! Pupils get regular opportunities to bring their learning alive outside of the classroom. Our pupils are passionate about improving the environment and our Eco Warriors are instrumental in driving change and improving environmental awareness throughout the school.

Growth Mindset and resilience

We promote children’s resilience through developing a growth mindset. We teach children to take risks in their learning and not be afraid of making mistakes; to push themselves, even when things are difficult, as well as strategies to help them to succeed if things are difficult.

We are really proud of our schoolSo if you would like to visit, please call our school office to arrange this – 020 8807 2458