New Parent Survey – Autumn 2019

Our thanks go to all of our new parents who responded to our recent survey. We were very keen to find out your experience prior to and since joining the school in September. We can and will use the data to support the future planning for new starters and we will also use it to continue and develop our daily interaction with you.

An amazing 100% said they ‘Agreed’ or ‘Strongly Agreed’ that ‘their child has settled well into their class’;

86% ‘would recommend Kilburn Grange to a friend’

81% rated their overall experience of the school so far as ‘Good or Excellent’.

We are so pleased to share with you a few feedback quotes:

•             “Everything so far is perfect and I’m loving the communication the school has with the parents.”

•             “Very pleased that my children are attending this school.”

•             “I think the reception teams in both classes are really passionate about teaching and that is reflecting on the kids.  They love it. Thanks for all your hard work.”

Please click on the link below to view the complete set of results:

New Parent Survey 2019

Mayor of Brent visits Kilburn Grange School

Mayor of Brent visits Kilburn Grange School

On Tuesday 15th October, Kilburn Grange School was delighted to welcome His Worshipful The Mayor of Brent, Councillor Ernest Ezeajughi.

He spoke to the whole school about his special ‘Robe of Office’, how he supports schools and, most importantly, about his journey from his birth and education in Nigeria to his life in London and his path to becoming a Mayor.

He visited the school as part of a series of special visits, visitors and workshops to celebrate ‘Black History Month’.

After taking questions from the children, he reminded us that whether you are black, white or from any other creed, you can be anything you want to be if you work hard and show respect to others.

He ended with famous words from Martin Luther King: ‘Let us all work to be the light that drives out darkness.’

Year One Toy Workshop

Year One Toy Workshop

As part of Year One’s topic on ‘Toys’, Classroom Adventures visited for a toy workshop. 

Year One have been learning all about old and new toys and we got to design and make our very own wooden, old-style toys using real tools like hammers and hand drills. What an exciting and successful Design and Technology lesson it was! 

The children had such a fun time, being creative and designing their own toys!

Admissions 2016 – 2017

Dolls houseThe second round of admissions are now open for you to apply for a place at Kilburn Grange School.

To begin your application visit:

If you have been offered a place at a different school but would like to change your choice, please contact your local borough and they will support you. If you would like a place at Kilburn Grange School please let them know and you will be added to our waiting list until the offers are made.

For more information about Kilburn Grange School contact

For more information about Brent admissions go to

After-school clubs

Clubs take place every day from 3.45-4.45pm.



Monday: Multiskills

Tuesday: Ballet

Wednesday: Gymnastics

Thursday: Glee

Friday: Football

During the first week of the term you will be required to choose which clubs your child will be attending and payment will be made in advance for 10 weeks.

The cost for each session is £6:00 and a fining system is place for late pick up.

We also host breakfast club from 07:45 and after school care from 17:00 – 18:00.  These are both charged at an extra £2 per day.

Please note, we have no clubs in the first or last week of each term.

For more information, please contact the Office Manager, Ms Alison Thomas


What people are saying about the school

Please click on the link below to see the recent Headteacher interview for theKGXAABQ-258-1024x731 Mums in the Wood parental advice website.

The site is full of advice for beginning parents and “Mummy
meet Ups” are held every week in St John’s Wood.

Parents found the workshop this learning to learn workshop very valuable. Muna’s dad said, “It was very high calibre.” Victor’s mum said, “It made me think.” Eddy’s mum said, “It was really great and that she was impressed.”


The school is not only catering for the educational needs of the children, but also giving parents the opportunity to support their child’s learning by the various workshops offered and the frequent opportunity to join your child in the classroom to read with him/her”.


“My child’s maturity has developed greatly. He has learnt to be more sensitive to others, learnt to share, curious to learn in more exciting ways and become really independent and supportive to others”.


“Our son not only enjoys coming to school to see his friends, he is passionate about learning and has developed socially. I would recommend Kilburn Grange School with no hesitation and truly cannot wait for the further development of the school and the success of its pupils”.


“The school has been really supportive, not just to my son but to myself. My son really enjoys coming to school and always talks about the lessons he has done and the books he has read.”