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New primary schools for Hillingdon in the borough

The council is successfully meeting a rising need for school places in a number of ways which offers a greater choice to families. Three new schools have been built in Hillingdon.

Hermitage School

Why do we need new schools?

Due to rising birth rates and more families moving into the Borough, the demand for early years and primary school places in Hillingdon has been rising over the last six years and is forecast to continue to grow. The growth in pupil numbers will continue into secondary school education. This is in line with national and London-wide predictions for school places.

The council is successfully meeting this rising need for school places in a number of ways which offers greater choice to families and delivers high quality education provision in the right place at the right time. This includes:

  • delivering an ambitious £149m capital programme to expand existing primary schools and provide new primary schools where they are needed - the largest programme in London
  • working with partners to consider free schools of sufficient quality and in those areas of the greatest demand

To ensure every child in Hillingdon has a high quality school place close to home, three new primary schools will be built in Hillingdon.


St Martins Church of England Primary School

The Frays Academy Trust will be the sponsors for the new school in West Drayton. 

This state-of-the art building, which is part of the council's £310 million school building and expansion programme opened its doors for up to 90 Reception pupils in September 2015. The new school will provide 645 places, including 15 places for children with additional needs. There will be a range of new, modern facilities, including 21 classrooms, a nursery, a main and smaller hall, ICT suite with modern technology, library, studios for music and dance, sensory room and a multi use games area. 

Full information can be obtained from the academy direct on 01895 671966 or email office@fraysacademytrust.org 

If you would like to apply to this school for a reception/nursery place please include the school on your application as one of your preference or call the above number. 

Read more on the admissions criteria

For further information, please contact vrogers@hillingdon.gov.uk or dkennedy@hillingdon.gov.uk


Lake Farm Park Academy

The Park Federation Academy Trust are the sponsors for the new school Lake Farm Park Academy which is located on Botwell Common Road near the Hayes town.

Lake Farm Park Academy opened in September 2014 providing 90 places in Reception and 90 places in nursery. 

For more information on the school please contact The Park Federation directly on:

If you would like to apply to this school for your child to start reception in September please include the school on your application as one of your preferences.

Read more on the admissions criteria 


The John Locke Academy, Primary School at St Andrew's Park

The Elliott Foundation Academy Trust are the sponsors for the new school, The John Locke Academy, Baden Road, Uxbridge, UB10 0FW at St Andrew's Park on the former RAF Uxbridge site.

The John Locke Academy opened in September 2014 providing 90 places in Reception and 90 Places in nursery. 

For more information on the school please contact them directly on:

If you would like to apply to this school please include the school on your application as one of your preferences.

Read more on the admissions criteria 

 

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