Rights Respecting School

Avenue Primary School has achieved the UNICEF UK Recognition of Commitment (ROC) for our Rights Respecting School work.


Uniform Click on this link for details about ordering school uniform online directly from our supplier

Wrap-around Care

Click the sandwich for information about Avenue's wrap-around care


Avenue Primary School is a welcoming school where everyone is valued equally in a safe and supportive environment.  It recognises and develops the potential of each and every person, empowering them and giving them the confidence to play a positive role in society.  Our pupils aim high, believe they can succeed, take responsibility for their own learning and develop as independent learners who think carefully and reflectively.

We support the NSPCC Underwear Rule

See NSPCC - The Underwear Rule for details.

Welcome to our school

The aims of this website are to provide prospective parents, carers and children with useful information about the school, especially if you are looking around Sutton schools to see which is the most appropriate for your child; to provide prospective staff with information about why they would want to work here; and to give current parents, staff, governors and pupils up-to-date information at the click of a button!

Enjoy your visit!

Merit Assembly Spring 2014

Our termly Merit Assembly for Juniors took place on the last day of the spring term. We were pleased to have reports from all of our Captains, and our Junior Choir performed in the assembly too. This was also the first performance of our new Avenue School Song.


Teaching Staff Vacancies for September 2014

Due to expansion and building further capacity within the school, two teaching posts are available from September 2014.


This week's Right...

Our work towards becoming a Rights Respecting School includes a focus on one of the 42 Articles each week. This week is:

Article 23: A child with a disability has the right to live a full and decent life with dignity and independence, and to play an active part in the community. Governments must do all they can to provide support to disabled children.

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Information blogs

Each year group has a blog to share information and celebrate success. We also have blogs for curriculum information, sport, and a head teacher's blog. TAPTA is our Parent/Teacher Association blog.

EYFS Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 Curriculum
Sport TAPTA   Head Teacher


We have a section on this website dedicated to e-Safety - Parents' e-safety information