North Ealing School
People pay a premium to move into the catchment area of this high performing school in a residential area popular with professional ex-patriates at the heart of Pitshanger. Parents are highly supportive, and hiring a tutor in Year 6 is not unheard of. The school scores consistently well in the performance tables across the board.
What Ofsted says about the school
Overall effectiveness of the school - Grade 2 (good)
This inclusive school provides a good education which enables its pupils to make good progress and achieve well in acquiring new knowledge and skills across all areas of their personal and academic learning. Academic standards have been high for many years but the school is committed to continuing to improve the quality of education it provides. Parents and pupils approve of the significant improvements to the school buildings and facilities. These, combined with changes to the curriculum, mean that pupils now benefit from an outstanding range of activities during the school day and outside it. One parent echoed the views of many when she wrote approvingly of the 'breakfast clubs, after-school activities, football, netball, athletics, basketball, running, drama and guitar classes. The list goes on and on!'.