Marlborough is a well established, inclusive and welcoming primary school with a full time nursery. The school has been in existence since 1878 and we are very proud of its place within the diverse local community.
The School is committed to providing a broad, balanced and exciting educational experience for all children, in order to promote their full academic, personal and social development. We acknowledge that every child is an individual and therefore we aim to develop and nurture individual talents, enthusiasm and a genuine, life-long love of learning.
At Marlborough we seek to achieve high academic standards within an atmosphere of respect for others and an understanding and acceptance of all people, their creeds and cultures. We aim also to create a safe, secure and happy environment that enables children to learn with encouragement. We provide equal access to opportunities irrespective of gender, race, or degree of disability.
We moved into our brand new school building in September 2017. Why not come and pay us a visit to find out more about our new school and enrolling your child at Marlborough ?
We still have full time spaces available in our Nursery for January 2019 for 3 – 4 year olds.
We hold an open afternoon every Tuesday at 2pm for prospective parents. If you wish to have a guided tour please contact the school to reserve your place.
Praise for our new school from Architecture Today
‘I came away from the new Marlborough Primary School with just one regret – that there aren’t more vertical schools like this in our cities.’
More about our awards on our New School page…
MPS has won 7 awards in 2018: Winner of RIBA National Award, RIBA London Award, AJ Architecture Awards:School Project of the Year, Brick Awards: winner of the Educational category, British Construction Industry Awards: Social Infrastructure Project of the Year, Civic Trust Awards Winner, Civic Trusts Awards winner
The School building was a Global finalist in the Education Category for World Architecture News. MPS received a commendation form the New London Architecture Awards in their Education Category and from Scheuco Design Excellence Awards. The building has been shortlisted for the London Planning Awards for the Borough-led Projects award.
“Not surprisingly, given the pressures on and methods of procurement, public health buildings and schools do not make a good showing in England. So those that have got through the process should be applauded: Marlborough Primary School by Dixon Jones Ltd for The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and Maccreanor Lavington Architects’ Kingsgate Primary Lower School for London Borough of Camden, both of which were part of a wider development on the site.”