Welcome to West Hill Primary School
‘Ready to learn, inspired to succeed, prepared for life’
The values that underpin the ethos of West Hill Primary school give every child the opportunity to learn, achieve and succeed. Our focus is to provide a stimulating, nurturing and safe environment where the children can reach their full potential.
At the heart of West Hill’s practice, policy and ethos is the UNICEF Rights- Respecting school award. Our rights-respecting school not only teaches about children’s rights but also models rights and respect in all its relationships.
All the important dates for the school year 2015 / 2016
You can now access our school library catalogue online to help with research, to write reviews and to search for new books you might like to read. You can access the system by clicking on the the link below. Remember to download Microsoft Silverlight the first time you visit.
In today’s fast moving digital world it can be difficult for parents to keep up to date on the latest sites, apps and games. The NSPCC have launched a campaign called Net Aware which gives parents the knowledge and confidence to speak to your children about online safety
West Hill is rated as a good school following an Ofsted inspection on 11th September 2014.The headteacher and her senior team lead the school by example. Courtesy, respect and a tireless drive for success are demonstrated throughout the school.Pupils enjoy school. They feel safe, behave well and have no concerns about any type of bullying or name-calling.
Lots of support is available locally for parents and carers. Please visit our For Parents webpage to find advice, information, activities and courses available in Wandsworth now.
At West Hill we are fortunate to have our own kitchen on the school site. Hot meals are freshly prepared each day and are paid for weekly. The daily cost of a school lunch is £2.00. When paying for school lunches weekly, you must pay in advance on a Monday. Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are entitled to free school meals. If your child is in Nursery or in Years 3-6 and you think you are entitled to free school meals, please contact the office who will advise you of the procedure for applying.
The internet can be a fantastic place for children and young people to learn, be creative and have fun. However, just like in the real world sometimes things can go wrong. If you need advice please click on the link below where there is a wealth of information and guidance to help keep your children safe online.