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Statutory Information

The Headteacher

Caroline Lansdown
Stanburn Primary School,
Abercorn Road,

For enquiries or if you would like to request a paper copy of anything on the website please contact Sharmini Thevanesen using one of the methods listed below.

For complaints please contact Caroline Lansdown, also using the below contact details.

If you have a child protection concern about a child at our school, please direct your query for the attention of Miss K Patel, the Designated Senior Person for Child Protection.

Tel: 020 8954 1423
Fax: 020 8954 9912
Please see our Contact Us page for more information.


Our Governors page lists names, duties and declarations of interest from our board of governors.

Admission Arrangements

Our admissions policy is informed by the Local Authority. Please visit the Harrow Primary School Admission page for details and to make an application.

Further enquiries can be directed to the Harrow LA using the methods below:
Phone: 020 8901 2620

Please see our Admissions page for more information.

Vision and Aims

Please view our Vision and Aims page to learn about our approach.


The most recent Ofsted inpsection was a Section 8 inspection in December 2021, when it was judged that Stanburn continues to be a Good school, under the new education inspection framework. Please follow this link to be directed to the Ofsted website and Stanburn report. Stanburn Primary School Inspection Report December 2021

The most recent Ofsted inspection was November 2016 when the school was judged Good.

Older reports can also be found on the Ofsted page for Stanburn Primary School

Ofsted Parent View is a website which allows parents to share their views with Ofsted about schools their children attend.

Exam and Assessment Results

Please see the Our Performance page for a breakdown of our performance.

Ofsted also produce performance tables which can be found on the Department for Education website.

School Curriculum

At Stanburn, we believe that the National Curriculum is a starting point for developing exciting and stimulating learning. We understand that children learn best when they are inspired and learning is memorable. Each half term, every year group takes a theme and learning is planned around this. The start of each theme is brought to life with practical, hands-on activities to promote engagement.

The Curriculum Maps detail what each year group will be learning in each subject term by term.
Curriculum newsletters are sent out half termly to parents about what pupils will be learning.

Further queries can be answered by class teachers in the first instance, or directed the school office. 

Special Educational Needs

Information on how SEND is supported at Stanburn Primary School can be found in the Special Educational Needs and Inclusion Policy. This can be found on our School Policies page. For further information or enquiries, please contact the SENDCo, C Crane or  through the school office. 

Please also visit our Inclusion page for more details, including the Harrow Local Offer.

Pupil Premium

The Pupil Premium is additional funding allocated to schools on the basis of pupils who have been eligible for Free School Meals at any time in the last six years. This funding is aimed at addressing current underlying inequalities which exist between children from disadvantaged backgrounds and their more affluent peers.

Details of our Pupil Premium allocation, and copies of our Pupil Premium reports can be found on the Pupil Premium page.

Sport Premium

The Government is providing funding to improve physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools. This funding is being jointly provided by the Departments for Education, Health and Culture, and Media and Sport.

Details of our Sport Premium allocation and spend can be found on the PE and Sport Premium Funding page.

Financial Benchmarking

Please follow the link to be taken to the Schools Financial Benchmarking website.

Equality Objectives

  1. To provide a rich and varied extra-curricular programme of activities for SEND pupils.
  2. To take a long-term approach to engaging more girls in PE, Sport and Physical Activity and develop and promote diverse role models for the future.
  3. To increase school attendance in vulnerable groups in order to raise attainment and maximise progress

Other Key Policies

Other key policies can be found on our School Policies page. These include: