A friendly, diverse community school in the heart of Fulham

Welcome to Sulivan. We provide excellent education for children 3-11 years old. We know that getting to know a school and choosing a school for your child is an important process. I hope you find this website informative but I would always encourage you to visit us, tour the school and meet our “family”. Our ethos is in the ‘air” when you walk around our classrooms and large outdoor area and you will be sure to feel the buzz of a happy, learning school when you step through our doors.

We are a nurturing, happy, community school in Parson’s Green and we provide a stimulating, exciting and challenging environment for all our children to discover, learn and shine. We value our curriculum and ethos that is centered on the wellbeing and development of the whole-child. Our extensive grounds including our own nature garden, pond and learning garden, allows us to provide a broad and enriching curriculum in the heart of inner- London. This rare and precious environment has been giving the best start for children for over 60 years.

My excellent staff ensures that each child reaches their potential in a happy, exciting and safe environment. It’s a place where children want to be and want to learn. I make sure that the children receive the best primary education and I track their progress and achievements with my staff to ensure that we meet the needs of every child. We have high expectations of our children and year-on-year their performance is celebrated. A happy school is a learning school and this is why we see the results that we do.

We have a strong moral code at Sulivan. We meet daily to share, reflect and guide so that our children grow into responsible adults in a fast- changing world. Our children’s behaviour and attitude is a testament to our high expectations of respect, kindness and aspiration. Our children come from a range of backgrounds and cultures and we celebrate our diversity with enthusiasm. It is my pleasure to welcome you to our school and our community.

Wendy Aldridge