The population of the school is representative of a large number of ethnic groups, the largest of which are Afro-Caribbean and African. Other groups from Latin America, Europe including White British, Asia and the Indian sub-continent are also well represented. A large proportion of the pupils have English as an additional language and over 30 languages are represented.
The school occupies four buildings on the same site. The largest of these buildings is the KS2 building which was built in 1884. In addition to eight classrooms and the administrative offices, this building has a Computer suite, a Music room, a Library and a Science room. Years 2 to 5 are based here.
The key stage 1 building was built in the 1960s. It houses a self-contained Nursery plus Reception and Year 1 classes. This building also has a hall, the kitchen, a Family Learning Centre and various offices.
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