About Us

A friendly, diverse community school in the heart of Fulham

Welcome to Sulivan Primary School. We are a successful and vibrant community school in the heart of Fulham. Our children benefit from excellent teaching, a rich curriculum, high quality facilities and spacious grounds. Our unique learning garden, meadow and wildlife pond offer endless possibilities for discovery and exploration- a rare gem in inner-London that broadens horizons and nurtures childhood for children. Our website shows you lots of information we hope you enjoy it. Please contact us if you have any further questions. We look forward to welcoming you to our school.

Wendy Aldridge


Ethos and mission

We aim to provide a nurturing place of learning, where every child achieves their potential and develops a life long love of learning. We want our children to develop high expectations and aspirations for their future. Children need intellectual and physical space to grow. We ensure our children have both of these by developing our curriculum with creativity and the knowledge that the natural environment can offer every child a different opportunity to learn. Our learning garden, pond and meadow allow every child the chance to experience the natural world hand-in-hand with the vibrancy of a central London. Our teachers make up a team of inspirational leaders who are dedicated to going that extra mile for your child.


Our Values

Throughout the course of the year we focus on six different key values with the children. Every half term linked to a particular value and we learn more about it through assemblies and class discussions. We have a school Values Cup which is awarded to someone who has demonstrated a particularly good understanding of this value throughout the half term.

The values we focus on are: Kindness, Respect, Co-operation, Perseverance, Fairness and Tolerance.


Our House System

In order to promote teamwork and friendly competition within school, we have a House System. Our Houses are:  North House, East House, South House and West House. The children can earn house points for demonstrating one of our six values, showing excellent manners or for fantastic work. The tokens are then counted every half-term so we can see which House is in the lead. We have House Captains in Year 6 who are responsible for holding House Assemblies and for organising, encouraging and supporting their House during our different House competitions.