Our centenary year in 2005 celebrated our continuing tradition of being at the heart of our local community. Find out more about the history of our school.
Trafalgar Infant School offers a rich, varied and exciting curriculum covering academic, creative, personal, social and health education. A balance of adult led and child initiated activities is at the core of our approach to learning and teaching. Find out more about our curriculum.
Find out more about behaviour
Behaviour is excellent, particularly in the classroom. Pupils set themselves very high standards for behaviour. In lessons, they invariably behave impeccably of their own volition. Lunchtimes are lively, good-natured times. School councillors are quick to notice noisy or inappropriate behaviour and give useful and thoughtful suggestions on lunchtime improvements, such as handing out colouring books.
Ofsted’s Outstanding judgement 2011
Children can be involved in a range of activities, including taking on responsibilities and participating in the wider life of the school. Find out more about our enrichment activities.
The school has a duty to ensure that all parents understand our responsibility to safeguard the well-being of all pupils and that this responsibility requires us to have a child protection policy and procedures. As part of these procedures the school can make a direct referral to the statutory child welfare agencies including the Police and/or Social Services without involving the parents if they have concerns about the safety of any child.
Mrs Thompson (Headteacher), Mrs OptHolt (Deputy Headteacher) and Mrs Brazier (Inclusion Co-ordinator) are the nominated people for Child Protection. If you have any concerns about the welfare of children in our school please share those concerns with them. Please leave a message with the school office or telephone the main school number on 020 8894 5729.
Internet access at our school is monitored and filtered for age-appropriate content. This website informs parents about keeping children safe online.
Our inclusion coordinator advises on good practice in line with latest Government and local guidance and any changes are reflected in our Inclusion, Equalities and Special Needs policies and our information report. These are reviewed annually by our Governors. We have an inclusion leaflet for parents and carers.
Our Pupil Premium Strategy outlines how we support families who are eligible for the Government’s Pupil Premium Grant. Our Accessibility Plan is reviewed annually by our Governing Body. This enables us to consider any additional actions to increase access to the school and the curriculum by children with disabilities.
The standard of attainment of all groups of pupils are at least in line with national averages for all pupils, with many above average and this has been seen year on year. Download our latest school results together with latest available National results.
The headteacher is totally committed to the school providing the best for all its pupils. Her infectious ambition and high expectations are shared by pupils, staff, parents and carers alike. One parent commented, 'The headteacher is ‘hands on’, approachable and a strong but friendly leader.'
Parents and carers play an active and important role in the life of our school. We have a friendly and award-winning PTA with a full calendar of social and fund raising events. Everyone is involved through their Parent Governors, Class Representatives, weekly newsleteers and e-school - our password-protected intranet. Find out more about our Parent Teacher Association
Trafalgar Infant School is a community school with a governing body consisting of the Headteacher, Staff and Parent Governors, a Local Authority Governor and Co-opted Governors.
The school Governors have a legal responsibility for the overall management of the school and are actively involved in school life. The Governors form a management committee to support the Headteacher and our school’s management team. Find out more about our Governing Body.
Link to Governor information on Richmond Council’s website.
Find out more about admission to our school.