Gilbert Scott Primary School aims to be a truly inclusive school. It provides education for all abilities, developing the potential of every pupil, in a learning environment where fairness, understanding, success and discipline will be pursued, in an atmosphere which promotes racial and social equality.

Why send your child to our Gilbert Scott Primary School?

  • We are a friendly, nurturing school with high expectations for all our pupils. Staff endeavour to provide a calm and stimulating environment where good behaviour and mutual respect is modelled by everyone.
  • We provide a rich and exciting curriculum, with a strong focus on developing curiosity, critical thinking and a love of learning.
  • Ambition for every child to achieve their best driven by the strong leadership of The Collegiate Trust
  • Flexible choices for parents with the Nursery Class offering 15-hour morning sessions, 30 hour sessions for eligible families as well as additional paid provision for afternoons at an extremely reasonable price (£8 for 11.45am – 3.10pm / £30 per week).
  • Wrap around care through our Breakfast Club (from 7.45am) at £3 and After-school Club (until 6pm) at £10 per session.
  • Inclusion Quality Mark, a national award, in recognition of excellent practice
  • Wonderful on-site facilities including a swimming pool, computing suites, music room and library.
  • An extremely convenient location within easy reach from Selsdon and central Croydon via the Croydon Tram

Latest Tweets & News

Young Voices Concert at the O2

Children from years 4,5 and 6 got an amazing opportunity last week - to take part in a Young Voices concert, along with 8,000 other children. They had to learn a number of songs without lyric sheets, including The Lion King Medley and Beatles Medley. All the children did our school proud. They were at…

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Celebrating the Queen's Jubilee at Gilbert Scott

What an amazing day at Gilbert Scott, who celebrated the Queen's Platinum Jubilee with a concert and picnic. It was great to see so many parents and families attend and spend the afternoon with our children. We even had a royal visitor during the afternoon! The children had spent singing assembliespractising the Jubilee Songs and…

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