Welcome To Kilburn Park School



Welcome to the Kilburn Park Website. Kilburn Park is a two-form entry Junior School situated on the South Kilburn estate in the London Borough of Brent. We are a small and happy school where everyone is working hard to achieve. 



School Roll: 240

We currently have vacancies in Years 3-6. Please download and complete an admission form and contact the school office.

We are currently consulting on our admissions for 2014/15. To view the arrangements - click here

Admissions Appeals Information for 2013/14 please click here

Current regulations no longer require schools to publish a prospectus and have a curriculum policy.  Instead, we are required to publish key information online.  Through our website, we aim to give all visitors the chance to get to know our school and context, before welcoming you here in person.

The key information we aim to provide includes:

  • A statement of our school’s ethos and values.
  • Details of our curriculum, content and approach, by academic year and by subject and our approach to phonic and reading schemes.
  • Current school policies (including behaviour, charging, SEND and disability provision).
  • Links to our Ofsted reports and DfE School Performance Tables and details of the school’s latest Key Stage 2 attainment and progress measures as presented in the School Performance Tables.
  • Details of our school’s pupil premium allocation and how we plan to spend it this academic year, as well as a statement about how we spent it last year and the impact it had on the educational attainment of the pupils for whom the funding was allocated.
  • Details of our published admission number and the process for applications through the local authority


Malvern Road

London NW6 5RG

Telephone 020 76247603

Email: admin@kilburnpark.brent.sch.uk

Headteacher: Laurence Keel

Deputy Head: Anita Sandhu




Kilburn Park School Mission Statement

At Kilburn Park School we believe all children are entitled to develop to their fullest potential:academically, socially, emotionally, physically, morally, spiritually and aesthetically. Enabling each child to grow in confidence, and to be able to participate in the wider community.

  • We aim to develop and maintain in pupils, lively enquiring minds; to promote the ability to question and discuss rationally; the motivation to apply themselves to a range of tasks and skills and to enjoy carrying them out. 
  • We aim to offer opportunities for learning to develop self-esteem, independence and knowledge.
  • We aim to emphasise the importance of language, mathematics, the aesthetic and physical areas of learning and to develop competence in them and appreciation of them.
  • We aim to help pupils develop personal, spiritual and moral values, an understanding of religion and  beliefs, and a tolerance for others and their way of life.
  • We aim to promote equal opportunities for all children. 
  • We aim to value each child as an individual enabling them to develop a positive self -image. 
  • We aim to encourage self-discipline and respect for others.
  • We aim to make sure that the children receive the greatest possible benefit from their time at Kilburn Park and that they achieve their full potential, appreciating their own achievements and aspirations and those of others
  • We aim to raise achievement through active independent learning and the vital support of parents.



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