The borough has 44 primary schools, of which 17 are church schools.
Of those 44, 33 are all-through (ages 4 to 11) primary schools, five are infant schools (ages 4 to 7), five are junior schools (ages 7 to 11), one is a nursery school, and two are free schools.
All but a few children are able to start part-time schooling before reaching the age of 5. Pupils are taught the full range of the National Curriculum and more, preparing them for transfer to secondary school and beyond.
Places in Richmond Borough primary schools are highly sought after. If you are thinking of moving into the borough, you are strongly advised to contact the School Admissions Team regarding availability of places before buying or renting a property.
The School Admissions Team can be contacted on 020 8891 7514 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Authority finalised its Primary Strategy for Change in June 2008. This outlines our vision for primary phase education for the next 20 years.
Follow this link to see a map showing which Borough schools are open or closed.
Updated: 10 June 2014