How To Contact Us
Headteacher: Mrs C. H. Lilley
You can contact school:
By email: at email@example.com or
By phone: you can call the school office on 020 8874 2825 where a member of the school administration team will answer the phone and be happy to speak to you to answer your query or will direct you to a member of staff who can be of more assistance.
There are details and maps below on how to get here.
Want to apply for a school place?
If you're interested in applying for a place for your child at Swaffield Primary School and want to arrange a visit, please take a look at our Admissions Page which gives details of how and when to apply.
Our school gates are open between 8.30am and 9.15am and again between 3pm and 3.30pm.
If you arrive outside of these times, please press the buzzer next to the main school gate which is in Swaffield Road. This buzzer allows you to speak to someone in the School Office who will let you in. Please do not allow others to come in behind you.
All visitors to Swaffield will be asked to sign in on arrival and will be given an appropriate pass to display whilst in school.
Please note that there are parking restrictions between 10.30am and 11.30am in the roads near to Swaffield during which time the parking bays are for use by residents only.
There are no pay & display bays. There is an NCP Car Park at nearby Southside Shopping Centre.
Outside of the restricted times, you may use the parking bays.
We're happy to provide paper copies of policies and other information on our website.
Please make your request in writing or by email and we'll provide the paper copy within seven working days.
We're always happy to receive feedback - please get in touch by email, phone or in person.
How To Get Here
Swaffield School is on the corner of St Ann’s Hill and Swaffield Rd. We are equal distance from Earlsfield and Wandsworth Town train stations.
Our nearest underground station is Southfields, however, there is no direct bus route from there. The closest bus routes are the 44 and the 270 along Garratt Lane and the 77 to Earlsfield Road. There are ample cycle and scooter racks for pupils to use and walking to school, park and walk, and car sharing is actively encouraged by the school's Travel Plan Team.
Why not visit the Transport for London JOURNEY PLANNER to find out more?
REPORTING TO PARENTS
In the autumn and spring terms we have Parent Evenings.
However, if you have any concerns or questions about anything to do with your child, please don’t wait for a formal meeting, but contact us right away.
The teachers are always pleased to see parents or carers of the children they teach, but it is not possible for them to talk to you when they are responsible for a class.
Teachers are happy to make an appointment for before or after school. The Head, Deputy and Assistant Head are very happy to see parents or carers at almost any time. If you prefer, you can ring to make an appointment to see either of them.
Likewise we might discuss any concerns we have with relevant professionals and will inform parents if any action is required to support your child
We want parents to feel welcome in our school. Please see your child’s teacher if you would like to help, for example, by accompanying classes on outings or helping with reading for the first half-hour of the day.