A warm welcome to Cavendish Primary School. Our one-form entry school offers a creative and dynamic environment where all children thrive and are well prepared for their future.
At the heart of our school is a sense of belonging; a place where we nurture positive relationships and self-worth, enabling us to learn. Belonging has a profound impact on our wellbeing, allows us to feel secure which enables us to trust, embrace change and challenge; this may be academically, socially or emotionally and can cultivate skills valuable throughout our lives.
We nurture children individually to be curious, confident and kind whilst embodying ambition in all that we do.
Last year we celebrated our 70th anniversary and we remain committed to maintaining strong partnerships in our community and actively seeking to forge new relationships. We are fortunate to be set in spacious, leafy grounds close to the River Thames, Dukes Meadows and Chiswick House and we endeavour to maximise our locality through our broad and rich curriculum.
I proudly took the position of Headteacher in Summer Term 2022 and I'm delighted to lead the school, with committed staff and governors, to become a dynamic and thriving primary school offering an excellent education that is creative, ambitious and inclusive.
If you are new to Cavendish or thinking of joining our school, I look forward to welcoming you. Please contact the office to book a place on one of our Parent Tours or to arrange a visit. Alternatively, please explore our website for further information about us, whether you are an existing or prospective parent or carer.
Cavendish: Where we belong.
Ms Clare Frewer
Pupils behave well in and beyond the classroom. They show respect for each other and adults. In lessons, there is a calm, positive attitude to learning with no disruption to learning. Older pupils show particular care for younger ones. For example, some Year 6 pupils spend their lunchtimes helping younger pupils with different activities.
Ofsted, November 2022
There is a strong shared commitment among leaders for providing an ambitious education. Leaders have identified appropriate areas for continued improvement. Staff feel very supported by senior leaders. For example, they appreciated the high-quality training they receive, and the consideration given to their well-being.
Ofsted, November 2022