St Saviour’s Church School

St Saviour’s Church School opened as a National school to serve the needs of local children by educating them in the essentials and in a loving environment grounded in the Christian faith in the mid 1800’s. The School continues with the same ethos as it had at its inception, and has an atmosphere of a Christian family, encouraging children to grow in the love of Jesus Christ, and in their care and understanding of each other, and the wider community.

It is a Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School of around 240 children, with Fr Gary among the Governors of the School.

There are strong links between the school and church, with a school mass in church once a week, and additional special services throughout the school year.

The Headteacher is supported by a skilled and dedicated staff who work in co-operation with the parents to help the children achieve their full potential.

Though the school is a Church of England Faith School it does take children from a variety of faiths and backgrounds. Christian worship plays an important part in the daily life of the school and it believes in learning from one another and respecting each other’s traditions and cultures.

To learn more about the school, please use the link to the school website. If you are interested in visiting the school please contact the school direct on 020 7084 6772 or email:

School Easter Cross for church

Our parish school attend Church every week during term time and each class takes it in turn to offer their own reflections based on the liturgy readings for that week. There are also additional special services at Easter and Christmas.

At the Easter service, each class tells a different story from Holy Week and produce a picture to go with that story.  This artwork is displayed on a wooden cross and hung up in church after the service for everyone to see and enjoy.