Our School

Welcome To Belleville School

We are delighted to welcome you and thank you for taking the time to visit our website.

Belleville is a large, popular and successful school, with approximately 900 pupils. The pupils and families who attend Belleville reflect the diversity of Wandsworth and London with a huge variety of languages, cultures and backgrounds represented here. The growth in our school numbers reflects the excellent quality of education we provide. The popularity of the school has led to us being asked to expand and we now have the largest intake in Wandsworth, with 120 children entering Reception each year plus an additional Reception class in 2016/17.

Established in 1877, Belleville Primary is an “Outstanding School” (Ofsted 2007) which prides itself on providing an excellent, broad and balanced curriculum and ensuring high standards in the core subject areas of Reading, Writing and Maths. In our relentless drive for excellence and equality, our aim is that all pupils should be safe, develop as excellent learners, have excellent social and emotional skills and fulfil their potential.

Our three-story building on Webb's Road and our additional site at Meteor Street (which opened in 2011) have both benefited from multi-million pound refurbishment programmes over recent years to better support learning. We hope you will tour both sites and look at the opportunities we offer. Both our sites offer great potential to the school as a whole. 

We have excellent resources and, since our transfer to Academy status in 2011, we have had greater capacity to invest in new areas. Fundraising by our wonderful PTA has enabled us to purchase additional resources, including two minibuses, so we can offer the children even more opportunities.

Our children have positive attitudes to learning, high standards of behaviour and excellent attainment across the curriculum. The school has supportive parents, carers, governors and inspiring, skilled teachers and excellent support staff. Pupils are provided with appropriate academic challenges and the breadth and quality of education beyond the core subjects is outstanding.  We employ specialist teachers for Music, Art, SEN, French, PE and Gymnastics and musicians, artists, actors and coaches on a part-time basis. ICT is integrated throughout the curriculum, offering music technology and a sports analysis programme and an increasing number of computers, laptops, netbooks, ipads, smartphones, interactive whiteboards and Lego robotics.

We are extremely proud of the varied opportunities that are offered to pupils across the curriculum and as extra curricular activities. The impressive range of extra curricular activities are constantly changing and currently include ukulele, flamenco, ballet, dance, bible drama, art, choir, orchestra, guitar, piano, violin, French, Mandarin, German, Italian, football, gymnastics, tag rugby, netball, athletics, tennis and homework club. 

Pupils have opportunities to learn through a wide range of educational visits and events, including residential trips in Year 5 and 6. There is a shared drive to constantly review, improve and enrich our curriculum to ensure learning is relevant and exciting for all pupils.

Our school's excellent provision has been recognised locally and nationally. Belleville became the first Primary National Support School in Wandsworth in 2008 and in 2011 became one of the first five primary schools in London to be awarded the status of National Teaching School. In 2014 we became a National Maths Hub.

There is so much more to Belleville than academic, sporting, dramatic or musical success and we are pleased to welcome you to our school to experience our exciting, vibrant and happy environment for yourselves.

John Grove MA

Executive Headteacher


Belleville Primary School
Part of the Belleville Academy Trust
Registered address Belleville Road London SW11 6PR
Reg. Co. No. 07768645
 

Executive Headteacher: JOHN GROVE
Headteacher Juniors: Sarah Atherton
Headteacher Infants: Mary-Lyne Latour
Headteacher Meteor: Jane Ford
Chair of Governors: Julian Coningham