• Seek what is good, treasure what is true, do what is right

    Within a Christian school we aim to nurture children, giving them a wide range of 
    learning opportunities, so that they develop into confident, moral citizens.


    Mrs Debbie Coles / The Revd Dr Thomas Renz / Mrs Velia Curruthers / Miss Gladys Vendy / Dr Joanne Hames / Mrs Sally Atkinson

    Ms Rosemary Gwilliam (Chairperson)

    Mr Stuart Bennett / Mrs Samantha Wrightson

    Miss Caroline Froud (Headteacher) / Mrs Karen Gammon (Class Teacher)

    Please see 'Make Up of the Governing Body' document on the 'Policies and Documents' page for more details.

  • Developing knowledge, understanding and confidence

    We recognise that your child and all aspects of their development are important.






Monday 30th

KS2 Shakespeare Workshop


Tuesday 31st - Thursday 2nd

Book Fair after school




Thursday 2nd

Eucharist Service at St Mary the Virgin Church

Height & Weight checks for Reception and Yr 6 children


Friday 3rd

Glowstick sale after school


w/c Monday 6th November

Anti-bullying week


Tuesday 14th

NSPCC workshop morning for Infants & Juniors


Monday 20th

Cedar class trip to the Royal Observatory


Friday 24th

Oak class assembly


Monday 27th

Police talks to KS2 


Thursday 30th

Advent service at church 9.05am

Dear Visitor

I would like to warmly welcome you to Monken Hadley CE Primary School's website.

I consider it a privilege to lead this small, welcoming primary school where we hold the belief that every child should grow and flourish within a nurturing environment that celebrates intellectual curiosity and independence of mind, self-discovery and self-expression.  Our Christian ethos inspires us to develop a positive embracing community which promotes a love of learning through collaborative endeavour.  We are committed to including children and staff from a rich variety of backgrounds, faith, social circumstances and ability.

Pupils are encouraged to develop self-belief, a positive attitude and experience a sense of pride in the achievements of themselves and others.  We want our children to grow into respectful, confident and happy young people who are prepared for the next phase of their education.  I am fortunate to be supported by a dedicated team of people in striving for this aim, including parents and governors who work hard to make these ideals become a reality.

As you browse through our website, I hope that you recognise the little gem of a school that we are.  With views across Hadley Woods and the Common, our setting is idyllic; during and after school, children spend many an afternoon savouring the delights of countryside living whilst still benefitting from the offerings of central London. 

We welcome your questions and comments and warmly invite and encourage you to visit us to see if Monken Hadley CE School could be the right school for your child.


Kind regards

Caroline Froud

Monken Hadley CE Primary School