About the School
Message from the Executive Headteacher
Welcome to Fullwood Primary School’s website!
At Fullwood Primary School we believe in providing a safe and stimulating environment which enables every child to achieve their best through varied learning experiences so that they can be confident, happy, healthy pupils who are life long learners” This is our school’s vision and we believe that a positive partnership between teachers, parents and carers and children, we will achieve our vision.
Fullwood Primary is a thriving community school in the London Borough of Redbridge. The school is set in pleasant, well-maintained grounds surrounded by grass areas, shrubs and trees. We have a small copse which provides the base for our ecology area. The school was originally built in 1974, extended in 2000 and then following expansion, an extension was built in 2012.We admit children from Nursery through to Year 6 and currently have 2 forms of entry throughout the school.We hope that our website gives you all the information you need about our school. We are always pleased to welcome visitors so please make an appointment at the school’s main office should you wish to come and visit.
Danvir Visvanathan, Executive Headteacher
Message from the Associate Headteacher
I feel extremely proud and privileged to be the Associate Headteacher of Fullwood. The vision and values of our school embody what I have always felt as a teacher and a school leader: children should be at the centre of everything we do. Amongst the changes in our leadership structure this year, our clear focus of ‘enabling every child to achieve their best’ remains, ensuring all our children are nurtured, challenged and inspired to become life-long learners. Our school is lucky to have a highly-skilled and dedicated staff, who share this vision and appreciate the tireless support provided by our governors, parents and the ever-growing Fullwood community.
I hope you find all the information you need on our website – we are always excited to hear suggestions on ways to improve, so please get in contact.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Simon Ward, Associate Headteacher