Year 3 visit Victoria and Albert Museum

This week Year Three visited the Victoria and Albert Museum. The children explored pattern and print as part of their Art...


Forest School Update!

This week was our fourth week at Forest School but it feels like so much longer! We have learnt the Forest School rules brilliantly and are able to...


Stratford Waterfront Project

On Wednesday 16th May, Year 5 Skylarks visited Stratford Waterfront, Queen Elizabeth Park to take part in an architectural project. This project...


Year 5 Visit the Greenwich Observatory

On Wednesday 9th May , Year 5 visited the Greenwich Observatory on the topic Astronomy – our place in space. Year 5 are learning about the...


Year 3 Visit the Soanes Centre

On Friday 4th May, Year 4 visited the Soanes Centre. The Soanes Centre provides environmental and science workshops using a 33 acre nature reserve...

Message from the Head Teacher

Welcome to our school! Please look around to find out more about us. We have received planning permission to create an amazing new playground! We will be seeking your views soon.

Jenna Clark Executive Headteacher

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Gainsborough Children's Centre


The place for families!

020 8525 9020


Access a range of different services based under one roof to help you and your family. A space for your child to make friends and learn as they play. Find out about our 2 year old provision for up to 15 hours a week during term time. 



frequently asked questions

  • 1. The Children's Centre at Gainsborough

    Gainsborough Primary School is very lucky to have it’s very own Children’s Centre attached to it. Our staff work closely to ensure that provision is consistent across all of our Early Years Foundation Stage areas.

    The Children’s Centre at Gainsborough offers a number of part-time, afternoon places for two year olds. 

    Please call 020 8525 9020 for more information.


  • 2. Mobile Phones

    We have a policy that no mobile phones are allowed in school. In the eventuality that your child has been given permission to walk home alone, you may wish for them to carry a phone for safety. In these instances, the school requires that these are held in the school office area until the end of the day. Children must ensure that these are dropped off in the morning and collected from the office at the end of the school day.

  • 3. Holidays

    The school cannot support parents who take holidays during the term time. However, if it is unavoidable that your child is to lose time at school for absence other than illness, please write to the Head of School requesting permission and this will be given due consideration.



Primary Advantage is a
federation of 8 schools
We work in partnership as a multiple teaching school alliance to deliver Initial Teacher Training, CPD, talent management and outreach to other schools – all to ensure the greatest impact on our children.