Welcome to Crown Lane Primary School and Children's Centre

Crown Lane Primary School and Children’s Centre is situated in the South of the London Borough of Lambeth, bordering the Borough of Croydon. It is on Crown Lane between Streatham Common and Crown Point.

We are a two form entry mixed community school with a 52 place Nursery and Children’s Centre as an integral part of it.

The current building was completed in 2005 and provides a modern, practical learning environment with an impressive and unique oval assembly hall and ICT room. The outside play and learning areas are attractive and fully utilised.

Ofsted refer to the school as "highly inclusive" and this is championed by the Headteacher and staff of the school.

The school and Children’s Centre serve a diverse community. It has a warm friendly atmosphere, commented on by many visitors. Families are encouraged to play a full part in the life of the school, creating community cohesion and improving outcomes for all.

What's New

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Check out our E-waste poster finalists. Can you spot them around the school?

3 days ago via Twitter CL_LowerSchool

First seedlings appear day 3! @RHSSchools @astro_timpeake @FoodGrowSchools #rocketseeds

last week via Twitter CL_LowerSchool

Drawing and talking about my holidays

last week via Twitter CL_EarlyYears

Children exploring nature in our Nursery garden. Can you see the spider?

last week via Twitter CL_EarlyYears

Writing animal names for the Gruffalo display board

last week via Twitter CL_EarlyYears

The Nursery children celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday by making crowns

last week via Twitter CL_EarlyYears

Rocket Science seeds planted. We have lift off! @RHSSchools @astro_timpeake @FoodGrowSchools #rocketseeds

last week via Twitter CL_LowerSchool

Dates for your diary

  • 02/05 Bank Holiday - No School
  • 03/05 09:15 Parents Reading...
  • 05/05 School Closed -Polling...
  • 10/05 09:30 Nursery Parents...

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Ofsted

"Teaching is consistently good and pupils have good attitudes to their learning."

Read the full report...