In-School Science Workshops
and Assembly Shows 

“Like a science week visit to the Science Museum! – Without having to organise travel, staff and parent helpers – thank you for visiting our school MNScience”

Congratulations busy Teachers!  Your search to find the best Science Workshops is at an end MN Science is the undisputed ultimate Science Week Workshop planner! We’re also a longtime Official Affiliate Member of the British Science Association.

Our super fun science workshops are equivalent to in class science field trips and are the highlight of your science week (don’t take our word for it check out the 2017 teacher reviews below.

After 10 years we pride ourselves on being the safest, most reliable and best value for money provider (you would hope so, right)

Our trained professors bring in all the specialist equipment that they use to create fun, enquiry based learning = edutainment!

All you do is provide the classroom and we even do all the planning around your school timetable.

We have workshop topics to cover all aspects of the primary science curriculum within awesome chemistry, biology and physics. Including, forces, invention, colloids, ecology, volcanoes, evolution, gases, colour theory, communication, engineering and advances in technology, anatomy and many more.

Parents also receive a top secret science sheet after every session telling them what their child has done and other experiment to continue the science at home.

🏫📢⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Teacher Review Just In 👇

“The Children came away ENTHUSED having LEARNT something entirely NEW.”
Thank You – Assistant Head, Peter Luck, Dewhurst School, 2017

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Key Points for Science-Day Workshops

> Takes Place within Schools during term time and is the highlight of your science week.
> Hands on and demonstration based workshops with take-homes
> Topics to suit ANY science theme

> Official British Science Association Affiliate Member
> Appropriate For every child in the school, from Reception to year 6 (Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2)
> Each fun, hands-on workshop lasts 30 minutes
> Up to 30 pupils per workshop
> 10 Years Experience and over 1’500 schools delivered
> No maximum quantity of workshops
> All our scientists are enhanced DBS checked
> We are fully insured (public liability insurance)
> All sessions are risk assessed
> Requires one classroom or hall with tables and chairs reserved for the science day
> Price upon application and based on how many 30min class workshops school requires.

 Next – Click Here to Choose Your Topic!

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Choose Your Science Day Workshop Topic

Select a Science Day Workshop Topic for your Science Day Workshop!

Each topic is fun hands-on and enquiry based, are linked to the National Curriculum and cover a branch of Natural Sciences of Biology, Chemistry and Physics. You can choose one per science day!

Please find topic descriptions below.

Topics

Exploration and Discovery! – New for British Science Week 2018

(Biology and Physics fun!)
Want to go into space? Then you need our Astronaut Training Workshop! First we brainstorm the ideal qualities a space explorer needs, then test their astronaut skills with a spacewalk to repair a rocket. Every child makes a jet-powered Super-Duper Rocket Shooter, while learning about forces. For older pupils we expand the enquiry to include air pressure, gravity, and air resistance.
They won’t quite be ready for NASA, but will be buzzing with ideas to continue the exploration and discovery theme.

Super Slime! – School All-Time Favourite!

(Chemistry fun!)

Proven to be one of the pupils’ favourites, the Slime Workshop is an exploration of ‘states of matter’ introducing ‘colloids’ and ‘polymers’ whilst exploring the chemistry behind gooey stuff!

Each child makes and takes home their own special coloured slime pot!

Green Earth! – School All-Time Favourite!

(Biology fun!)

Pupils find out how cool plants really are! Using spectacular chemical demonstrations and experiments, they experience firsthand the significance of the ‘greenhouse effect’.

Pupils  see renewable energy in action by making their own take home ‘Solar Powered Oven’.

Explosive Earth! – School All-Time Favourite!

(Chemistry fun!)

Pupils explore Earth’s amazing layers and how the crust gets destroyed and re-generated through trenches and volcanoes. They go on to experience its power through an explosive ‘jet pack fuel’ and ‘elephant toothpaste’ volcano experiment.

Each pupil creates their own ‘mini volcano’ and watches the chemical reaction erupt!

Communication!

(Physics fun!)

We take pupils on a journey from the basics of communication to present day technology. Hands on experiments include sound wave ‘tube tubas’, radio wave ‘walkie talkies’, S.O.S. coding using light bulb circuits and even ‘fibre optic lights’.

Our mini investigators make and take home their own ‘Mini Wave Signal Cannon’!

Forces!

(Physics fun!)

Pupil visit the key concepts of ‘Newton’s 3rd law of motion’ and ‘Friction’. Through cool experiments like the ‘skateboard challenge’, ‘chemistry rockets’ and the ‘locking book’ we discover how these concepts assist athletes when competing in sporting events and how it helps everyone in their daily lives.

Every pupil makes a ‘friction sprinter’ which they get to race at the end- but who will win Gold?

Brainiac!

(Biology fun!)

The children learn about the different parts of the brain, their functions and their purpose. We will show that the cerebrospinal fluid and the skull protect the brain from sudden impact. Through a series of short activities, students will discover which side of the brain they use the most! They will see just how good their memory is, try to keep their balance and better understand the sense of touch! They will also investigate why two eyes are better than one!  The children will then make their own colourful brain hats!

Dry Ice!

(Chemistry fun!)

Pupils will learn about the properties of Carbon Dioxide and how cool the gases are through a variety of spectacular ‘Dry-Ice’ experiments, including:  ‘tasting’, ‘giant bubbles’, ‘balloons’ and ‘popping corks’ – to name but a few.

Pupils go home inspired by the coolest gas in the world and the unforgettable experience of tasting fizz without having drunk any liquid.

Adaptation!

(Biology fun!)

This workshop explores the question of why living creatures have adapted to be the way they are and offers children an exciting introduction to Darwin and his theories.

Each pupil makes and takes home an ‘adaptation butterfly’ – but will it have the correct adaptations to survive?

The Colour of Light!

(Physics fun!)

Pupils will rediscover just how the famous historical scientists Francesco Maria Grimaldi and Sir Isaac Newton identified colour and where it comes from. They experiment with Newton’s colour wheel, the properties of different metals and discover how rainbows are created.

All pupils will try on our ‘Rainbow Diffraction Glasses’ which miraculously break-up white light into its component colours. For a small extra cost, these ‘prisms that you can wear’ can be given to children as a fantastic take home!

Invention and Discovery!

(Physics fun!)

We show pupils through inquiry, discussion and practical activities that anyone can become an inventor. Using the pneumatic tyre on a bicycle as an example, pupils explore how even the simplest inventions can change the world.

All Pupils get hands on, make and take home their own ‘Pneumatic Pressuriser’.

Explore the Future!

(Physics fun!)

We take pupils back to the future to look at Da Vinci’s transport inventions. Then we go forward in time, beyond the present, to explore the Hyperloop Theory; which uses the concepts of magnetism, propulsion and air pressure.  An exciting alternative method of futuristic travel.

All Pupils get hands on, make and take home their own ‘Supersonic Stomp Rocket’.

Flight!

(Physics fun!)

We learn about the Four Fantastic Forces of Flight; Gravity, Lift Thrust and Drag through a fun game. Then discover the power of Frank Whittle’s turbojet engines and explore the Bernoulli effect.

Each child will receive a polystyrene glider which can be constructed in the workshop or later in class.

Topics Key:

Biology Fun!
Children study living organisms, divided into many specialized fields that cover their morphology, physiology, anatomy, behaviour, origin, and distribution.This includes plants and animals of a particular area and human biology: the physiology, behaviour, and other qualities of a particular organism or class of organisms.

Chemistry Fun!
Children explore the branch of science concerned with the substances of which matter is composed, the investigation of their properties and reactions, and the use of such reactions to form new substances.

Physics Fun!
Children explore the branch of science concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy. The subject matter of physics includes mechanics, heat, light and other radiation, sound, electricity, magnetism, and the structure of atoms.

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Whole-School Science Assembly Show

Probably the Greatest Science Show on Earth! 🌍🎆😎

These 20-30 minute shows are designed to entertain up to a whole school hall of children with spectacular science demonstrations and discussions to inspire their curiosity and imagination on science and are the highlight of your schools next science week!

Choose one of the great shows listed below!

Exploration and Discovery Show – New for 2018

Our Mother Nature Science astronaut leads the whole school assembly on a virtual trip into space.
With audience participation, and exciting demonstrations this assembly is the perfect start to a day of Exploration and Discovery.
We look at what humans need to survive in space, with a fun Rule of 3 demo. Then investigate the equally important conundrum – how do you spend a penny in a space suit!
Then we send our stunt-double astronaut into zero-gravity and end with an explosive rocket fuel finale.

Science Challenge Show! – School All-Time Favourite!

Can our daring Mother Nature Scientist complete the fiendishly tricky Science Challenges?
With audience participation and exciting demonstrations we investigate sounds and make a bucket sing, discover why bubbles are lazy then make an enormous head-swallowing bubble, and finally we create an exploding dessert with a custard powder cloud!

Super Hero Show!

The Instructor has been watching a lot of movies about superheroes lately and has decided that maybe he/she could be a superhero too – all they need to do is figure out what they might be really good at, and use science to make some adaptations – everything from spinning fast enough to knock villains out of the way, to covering themselves in slime, to propelling themselves across the room with a flammable gas, to conducting electricity.  Instructors present a range of science topics through exciting demonstrations. Some of the science topics include: air pressure, chemistry, balance, Newton’s Laws of Motion, electricity, the Bernoulli principle, strong shapes and mathematics.

 

Flight Show!

Children get an insight into flight. They are inspired by local British scientists and focus on the work of Frank Whittle and the jet engines. They will witness highly visual and entertaining experiment performed by the instructor which highlight the forces behind lift.The children are fascinated by seeing experiments using parachutes and leaf blowers and they are surprised by the power of air and nappy bags!

Communication Show!

This communication themed assembly will have the instructor taking the audience through the origins of communication. Using sound (tube tubas), fire (flash paper), smoke (fog machine & Airzooka) and electronic equipment the instructor will call up volunteers to take part in this interactive assembly

Invention and Discovery Show!

Children get an insight into the history of Inventions! They will discover what major transportations have been discovered and what the forces they need to overcome to get faster. They will witness highly visual and entertaining experiment performed by the instructor which highlight these forces.

Explore the future Show!

Children get an insight into the history of transportation and Friction! They will discover what major transportations have been discovered and what the forces they need to overcome to get faster. They will learn the differences forces which affect our modes of travel. They will be inspired by Da Vinci’s designs and Newton’s Third Law. They learn the science behind the experiment performed by the instructor with links to rollercoasters.

Energy Show!

The Instructor has come fresh from the laboratory and wants to test out lots of experiments. These experiments revolve around energy and chemical and physical changes, including combustion. Paper notes are burned, carbon dioxide is produced and balloons are being popped. Some of the science topics include: Energy transfer, heat, chemistry, Laws of Thermodynamics, liquids and gases. Children will develop skills in observation, testing and making conclusions through interactive demonstrations.

Olympics Show!

The Instructor is excited about the Olympics and wants to explore the science behind the event using lots of experiments.  These experiments revolve around energy and chemical and physical changes, including combustion. An Olympic torch is created, carbon dioxide is used to replace a starter’s pistol, and friction is used to run a race.

School Testimonials 

We just wanted to let you know about some fantastic Reviews we have  received about our Science Day Workshops this year.

Every school Science Day Workshop Day we do, are sent a feedback email. This is how we have been able to constantly improve all workshop elements.

Southwark Park Primary

Explosive Earth! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Wayne Chan

Overall Service Rating: 

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “The workshop was very engaging for all of the children but the children also learnt a lot! The Mother Nature leader managed the children really well alongside giving them lots of scientific information. The children loved that they could take their volcano home! ”

Educational Content: 

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “The children learnt about how volcanoes are made and how the Earth has changed over time. The children were asked to repeat some of the scientific terms and were involved in questions and answers.”

Entertainment value:

Rating: 5/5 – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- “It was very entertained for the children, they were hooked!”

General safety:

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- “The children were given very clear instructions about the materials that we were going to use and how they themselves should be handling the equipment.”

Professor Conduct:

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- “She was great! Very enthusiastic and happy to answer questions from the children!”

Organisation Communication

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “The instructor was very flexible with timings.”

Recommend us?

 “Yes”

Final Comments:

“Brilliant workshop, thank you!”

Iqra Primary

Dry Ice and Slime! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Ayesha Ansani

Overall Service Rating: 

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Educational Content: 

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Entertainment value:

Rating: 5/5 – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Excellent and hands on!”

General safety:

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Professor Conduct:

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- “The presenters had an excellent rapport with the pupils and made the workshops immensely exciting!”

Organisation Communication

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Recommend us?

 “Yes”

Final Comments:

“Thank you for inspiring young pupils to be the next generation of scientists! We will definitely book you again next year.”

St John’s School

Green Earth! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Chris Lawrence

Overall Service Rating: 

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Boys really enjoyed it”

Educational Content: 

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Entertainment value:

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- ” Good pace and the entertainer worked well with the boys.”

General safety:

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- “No safety issues.”

Professor Conduct:

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- “Very clear and engaging!”

Organisation Communication

Rating: 4/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Recommend us?

 “Yes”

Haimo Primary

Slime! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Amelia Long

Overall Service Rating: 

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Educational Content: 

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – 

Entertainment value:

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

General safety:

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Professor Conduct:

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Organisation Communication

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Recommend us?

 “Yes”

Final Comments:

 “ Thank you very much, your workshops were a great end to our science week.”

Bensham Manor School

Explosive Earth and Dry Ice! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Philip Pikula

Overall Service Rating: 

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Educational Content: 

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Instructors did well to cater for the different levels / abilities as best as they could.”

Entertainment value:

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “The majority of the children really enjoyed the workshops and the assembly was engaging and entertaining.”

General safety:

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 

Professor Conduct:

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  – “Both instructors interacted with the children really well”

Organisation Communication

Rating: 4/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Communication was very good”

Recommend us?

 “Yes”

Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Roehampton

Slime! Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Ms Brice     

  1. Educational Content: 

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “from feedback all children had a great time!”

  1. Entertainment value:

Rating: 5/5 – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  1. General safety:

Rating: 4/5 -⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  1. Organisation Communication

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Easy to book and organise an excellent day.”

  1. Recommend us?

 “Yes”

  1. Final Comments:

 “It was great that I could phone and speak to somebody straight away when organising the workshop. I also liked how you worked around our timings. It was great how the instructor was on time and self sufficient which meant it all ran smoothly even though I wasn’t there on the day. From the feedback I was given all the chn had a great time and it was lovely that they could take something away with them. I would definitely book with mother nature again. A friendly, organised and efficient company. Great.”

Dewhurst St Mary C of E Primary School, Hertfordshire.

Invention and Discovery Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Assistant Head, Peter Luck

  1. Educational Content: 

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Children came away enthused having learnt something entirely new.”

  1. Entertainment value:

Rating: 5/5 – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️- “Children loved it.”

  1. General safety:

Rating: 5/5 -⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Very knowledgeable and shared their love of science well with the children.”

  1. Organisation Communication

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Easy to book and organise an excellent day.”

  1. Recommend us?

 “Yes”

  1. Final Comments:

 “A fantastic day providing lots of learning opportunities for the children from Reception to Year 6. Many thanks.”

Cameron House School, Chelsea, London, SW3

Explosive Earth Science Day Workshop – Feedback from Deputy Head, Suzanne Haigh

  1. Educational Content: 

Rating: 5/5 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Even the head teacher learned something!”

  1. Entertainment value:

Rating: 4/5 – ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Safety and general risk had clearly been considered through both the careful preparation of the resources and through the safety guidance .”

  1. General safety:

Rating: 5/5 -⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️  – “Vibrant, engaging, knowledgeable and enthusiastic. She tailored her delivery to the lower and upper schools separately and this was perfect.”

  1. Organisation Communication

Rating: 5/5- ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ – “Very thorough and organised. Very easy to book and arrange a suitable selection of assemblies and workshops – we will definitely use you again. ”

  1. Recommend us?

“Yes”

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– We  have delivered over 1’500 school science workshops over TEN YEARS of experience –
in EVERY one we are committed to delivering MAXIMUM:

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School Science Week  Workshops Update

We would also like to give you advance notice for annual booking – specifically for “Mad-March” British Science Week – which is usually fully booked by the end of December every year!


‘Exploration and Discovery’

The Official British Science Week 2018 Theme

The theme for this year’s British Science Week is “’Exploration and Discovery’”.

Our Topics that can relate to this include:

1.       Green Earth! (Biology fun!)
2.       Super Slime!(Chemistry fun!)
3.       Adaptation! (Biology fun!)
4.       Explosive Earth! (Chemistry fun!)
5.       Invention and Discovery! (Physics fun!)
6.       Explore the Future!(Physics fun!)
Click Here to choose your Topic


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Science Day Workshops Enquiry Form

We make it hassle free for you to organise your Science Week Day Workshops. We come to you with all the kit and staffing to perform a whole day (or days), of hands-on enquiry based 30min workshops with every child in the school. We have workshop topics to cover all specific aspects of the primary science curriculum . There is no minimum or maximum amount of workshops you can book, as we can perform multiple days or send multiple instructors for a single day. All we require from you is a single classroom with tables and chairs reserved for the entire day.

Every Workshop Enquiry Form Submitted Includes a FREE Downloadable –
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    School information:

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Would you like to see a full list of all the Schools we have worked with (2007-Present)?
– please find below:

Abercorn Prep School, NW8 9XP
Ace Hotel, E1 6JQ
Addison Primary School, W14 0DT
Ainslie Wood Primary School, E4 9DD
Akiva Primary School, N3 2SY
Al Muntada School, SW6 4HW
Albemarle Primary School, SW19 6JP
Alderbrook Primary School, SW12 8PP
Alexandra Infant School, BR3 1JG
Alexandra School
All Saints’ Carshalton Church of England Primary School, SM5 3DW
All Saints Carshalton, KT11 1BL
Allfarthing Primary School, SW18 2LR
Andrews Lane Primary School, EN7 6LB
Anson Primary School, NW2 4AB
Ark Academy, Bridge Rd, HA9 9JP
ARK Brunel Academy, W10 5AT
Ark Globe Academy School, SE1 6AG
Arnhem Wharf Primary School, E14 3RP
Arnhem Wharf School, E14 3RP
Ash mole Primary School, SW8 1NT
Ashmead Primary School, SE8 4DX
Ashton House School, TW7 4LW
Athelney Primary School, SE6 3LD
Atwood Primary Academy School, CR2 9EE
Avondale Park Primary School, W11 4EE
Ayesha Community Primary School, NW4 3ES
Aylward Primary School, HA7 4RE
Bandon Hill Primary Meadow School, SM6 9QU
Bandon Hill Primary School, SM5 3HW
Banstead Junior School, SM7 2BQ
Barrow Hedges Primary School, SM5 4LA
Bedelsford School, KT1 2QZ
Bedfont Primary School, TW14 9QZ
Beech Hyde Primary and Nursery School , AL4 8TP
Belmont Mill Hill Preparatory School, NW7 4ED
Bensham Manor Secondary School, CR7 7BN
Benthal Primary School, N16 7AT
Beormund primary school, SE1 3PS
Berrymede Infant & nursery school, W3 8RN
Berrymede Infant School, W3 8RN
Bevington Primary School, W10 5TW
Blackland Farm – Rainbows & Brownies, RH19 4HP
Blessed Dominic Catholic Primary School, NW9 5FN
Blue Gate Fields Infants School, E1 0EH
Bonneygrove Primary School, EN7 5ED
Bourne Primary School, HA4 6UJ
Bovingdon Primary Academy School, HP3 0HL
Bowl Jamaica Event, SW16 1SH
Breakspear Xmas Fair, UB10 8JA
Brentfield Primary School, NW10 OSL
Brentford Free Church School, TW8 8DW
Broadfield Primary Academy, RH11 9PD
Broadmead Primary School, CR0 2EA
Brook Community Primary School, E8 1AS
Brook House Primary School, N17 8EY
Brooklands Primary School, CO11 1RX
Broomfield House School, TW9 3HS
Broxbourne CE Primary School, EN10 7AY
Bruce Grove Primary School, N17 6UH
Buckingham Preparatory School, HA5 5DT
Burhill Primary School, KT12 4HQ
Bushey Heath Primary School, WD23 1SP
Cameron House Fair, SW7 5JS
Cameron House School, SW3 6AH
Cannon Lane Primary School, HA5 1TS
Capel Manor Primary School, EN1 4RL
Carlton Primary School, NW5 3AX
Carlton Vale Infants School, NW6 5PX
Carwarden House Community School, GU15 1EJ
Carwarden House School, GU15 1EJ
Cavendish School, NW1 7HB
Cedars Manor School, HA3 6LS
Central park Primary School, E6 3DW
Chalfont St Giles School, HP8 4JJ
Charlotte Sharman Primary School, SE11 4SN
Charterhouse Square School, EC1M 6EA
Chase Bridge Primary School, TW2 7DE
Chater Infants’ School, WD18 7NJ
Chater Junior School, WD18 0WN
Cheam Fields Primary School
Cheam Park Farm Primary Academy, SM3 9UE
Cheam Park Farm Primary School, SM3 9UU
Cheam Scouts School
Cherry Lane Primary School, UB7 9DL
Chigwell School, IG7 6QF
Chingford Hall, E4 8YJ
Christ Church Bentinck School C of E Primary School, NW1 5NS
Christ Church CE Primary School , EN5 4NS
Christ the Saviour CofE Primary School, W5 2XA
Christ the Saviour Primary School, W5 2XA
Claremont Primary School, NW2 1AB
Clarendon Primary School, TW15 2HZ
Clifton Lodge School, W5 5BG
Cobourg Primary School, SE5 0JD
Colindale Primary School, NW9 6DT
College Park School, W2 4PH
Collis Primary School, TW11 9BS
Comber Grove School, SE5 0LQ
Convent of Jesus & Mary School
Convent of Jesus and Mary Catholic Infants School, NW2 5AN
Coombe Hill Junior School
Coombe Hill Junior School, KT2 4DD
Copenhagen Primary School
Copenhagen Primary School, ISL
Copenhagen Primary School, N1 0WF
Corpus Christi Primary School, KT3 3JU
Coston Primary School, UB6 9JU
Coteford Infant School, HA5 2HX
Coulsdon Brownies, CR5 2BE
Courtland School, NW7 3BG
Courtwood Primary School, CR0 9HX
CraftyArtWorld – Peter Pan Event
Crane Park Primary School, TW13 5LN
Cranford Park Academy UB3 4LQ
Cranleigh Primary School, GU6 7AN
Cranmer Primary School, CR4 4XU
Crawley Down Village Primary School, RH10 4XA
Cross Farm Infant School, GU16 6LZ
Crowland Primary School, N15 6UX
Danegrove School, EN4 8UD
Danson Primary School DA16 2BH
Darley Dene Primary School, KT15 2NP
Date Valley School, CR4 4LB
Denmead Infant School, PO7 6PN
Deptford Park Primary School, SE8 5RJ
Derwent Water School, W3 6SA
Devonshire House Prep School
Dewhurst St Mary CofE Primary School, EN8 9ND
Dewhust – ENF
Ditton Beaver colony, ME20 6AD
Dollis Junior School, NW7 2BU
Dorchester Primary School, KT4 8PG
Downe Manor Primary School, UB5 6NW
Downfield Primary School, EN8 8SS
Ealing Beavers/Cubs, W5 5LH
Earlham Primary School, N22 5HJ
Earlsmead Primary School, HA2 7AN
East Sheen Primary School, SW14 8ED
Eaton Bray Academy School, LU6 2DT
Eaton Bray Academy, LU6 2DT
Eaton House the Manor School, SW4 9RU
Eden Primary Fair, N10 1NR
Edgware Primary School, HA8 7JQ
Educational Events School
Elinor Honigstein
Ellen Wilkinson Primary School, E6 5UP
Elmgrove Primary School, HA3 8LU
Elmwood Junior School, CR0 2PL
Elsenham C. of E. Primary School, CM22 6DD
Emmanuel C of E Primary School, NW6 1TF
Enfield Town School, EN2 0QP
Essenden Lodge School, CR3 5PB
Eveline Day School, SW17 7BQ
Fair Fields Junior School, WD7 8LU
Fairley House Junior School, SE1 7JY
Fairway Primary School, NW7 3HS
Farnborough Beaver Scouts, BR6 7BA
Fernhill Primary School, KT2 5PE
Finchley Reform Synagogue, N12 0BE
First Protocol, Waterloo
FitzWimarc School, SS6 8EB
Forestdale Primary School, CR0 9JE
Forestdale Primary, CR0 9JE
Foss Dene Primary School, SE7 7NQ
Fosters Primary School, DA16 1PN
Francis Barber PRU Secondary School, SW18 2JX
Frensham Heights School, GU10 4EA
Frithwood Primary School, HA6 3NJ
Furness Primary School, NW10 5YT
Gallions Primary School, E6 6WG
Garden House School, SW3 4TW
Garfield Primary School, SW19 8SB
Garrett Park School, SW18 3TB
Gateway Learning Centre School, RM6
Gatton Primary, SW17 0DS
George Eliot Primary Summer Fair, NW8 0NH
Girl Guiding UK Camp, RH17 6TL
Glebe Primary School, HA3 9LF
Glebe Primary School, HAR / HIL
Godwin Junior School, E7 0JW
Goff’s Oak School, HERTS
Grace’s Day Nursery, DA14 5BQ
Grafton Primary School, RM8 3EX
Grange Primary School, HA2 0RY
Grange Primary School, SE1 4RP
Grange Primary School, W5 4HN
Grove Road Primary School, HP23 5PD
Grove Road Primary School, TW3 3QQ
Guru Nanak Sikh Academy School, UB4 0LT
Gwynn Jones Primary School, E11 1EU
Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, WD6 3AF
Haberdashers’ Aske’s Knights Temple Grove Academy, BR1 5LW
Hadley Wood Primary School, EN4 0HT
Haimo Primary School, SE9 6DY
Hallfield School, School, W2 6JJ
Halsford Park Primary School, RH19 1LR
Hampden Gurney CofE Primary School, W1H 5HA
Hampden Gurney School, W1H 5HA
Hampshire School, SO41 6FU
Hampstead Cubs Group School, NW3 4NU
Hampstead Cubs Group, NW3 4NU
Handsworth Primary School, E4 9PJ
Hanwell Beaver School, W7 3BA
Harefield Academy School, UB9 6ET
Harefield Hospital Family Day, UB9 6JH
Harefield Hospital, UB9 6JH
Harefield Infant School, UB9 6BT
Harefield Junior School Summer Fair, UB9 6BJ
Harefield Junior School, UB9 6BJ
Hargrave Park School, N19 5BS
Harlesden Primary School, NW10 8UT
Harlyn Primary School, HA5 2DR
Harris Primary Academy Haling Park School, CR2 6HS
Harris Primary Academy School, CR8 5NF
Harrow CLA, HA2 9ER
Hartley Primary School, E6 1NT
Hartsbourne Primary School, WD23 1SJ
Havelock Primary School, UB2 4PA
Hawes Down Infant School, BR4 0BA
Hawkesdown House School, W8 7PN
Heath brook Primary School, SW8 3EH
Heathrow Primary School, UB7 0JQ
Heathside Prep School, NW3 6UZ
Hendon Preparatory School Hendon Preparatory School, NW4 1TD
Henley Brownies School, RG9 1TF
Hereward House School, NW3 4NY
Herne Hill School, SE24 9LY
Hertsmere Jewish Primary School, WD7 7LQ
Heston Primary School, TW5 0QR
Highbury Quadrant Primary School, N5 2DP
Highgate Pre-Prep School, N6 4NY
Hillmead Primary School, CM23 4PW
Hillshott Infants School, SG6 1QE
Hobbayne Primary School, W7 1HA
Hobbayne School, W7 1HA
Hollydale Primary School, SE15 2AR
Hollymount Primary School, SW20 0SQ
Holton Primary School
Holtsmere End Junior School, HP2 7JZ
Holy Family Catholic Primary School, KT15 1BP
Holy Family Catholic Primary, W3 0DY
Holy Trinity & St Silas Primary School, NW1 8DE
Holy Trinity and St Silas School, NW1 8DE
Holy Trinity CE Primary School, N2 8GA
Holy Trinity CE Primary School, TW10 5AA
Holy Trinity Primary School, 8PW
Holy Trinity Primary School, SW19 8PW
Holy Trinity Primary School, TW10 5AA
Holywell Primary School, WD18 6LL
Home House School, W1H 6LW
Home House, W1H 6LW
Home-school, Croydon
Honeywell Infants School, SW11 6EF
Hopster, E8 1HE
Horn Park Primary School, SE12 9BT
Hornbeam Primary School
Horniman Primary School, Se23 3bp
Hotham Primary School, SW15 1PN
Hotham Primary, SW15 1PN
Houghton Regis Primary School, LU5 5DH
Hurlingham Club School, SW6 3PR
Hurlingham Club, SW6 3PR
Hurlingham School, SW15 2NQ
Hythe Community Primary School, TW18 3HD
Imperial College, SW7 2AZ
Independent Jewish Day School Academy, NW4 2AH
Independent Jewish Day School, NW4 2AH
Into University Haringey, N17 7ER
Intu Uxbridge Shopping Centre, UB8 1LA
Iqra Primary School, SL2 5FF
Islamia Primary School, NW6 6PE
Islamic Shakhsiyah School, HGEY
Islington Museum, EC1V 4NB
Ivybridge Primary School, TW7 7QB
Jessop Primary School, SE24 0BJ
John Betts Primary School, W6 0UA
John Betts School, W6 0UA
John Keble Church of England Primary School, NW10 4DR
John Keble School, NW10 4DR
Jordans School, HP9 2TE
Jubilee Primary School, SW2 2JE
Kenmore Park Infant and Nursery School, HA3 9JA
Kensington Prep School, SW6 5PA
Kerem Ind. School, BAR
Kew Green Prep School, TW9 3AF
Kew Riverside School, TW9 4ES
Kid N’ Action School, N4 2SH
Kid sorted at Science Museum, SW7 2DD
Kids in Action, N4 2SH
Kilburn Park
King Fahad Academy Boys School, W3 7HD
King Solomon Academy, NW1 6RX
Kings Avenue Primary School, SW4 8BQ
King’s College – Somerset House , WC2R 1LA
King’s College School, WC2R 1LA
King’s House School, TW10
Kingsbury Green Primary School, NW9 9ND
Kingsley Primary School, CR0 3JT
Kingston Community School, KT2 6EX
Knightsbridge Kindergarten School, SW1W 9AL
Knightsbridge School, SW1X 0BD
Krishna Avanti School, HA8 6ES
Lady Bankes Junior School, HA4 9SF
Lake Farm Park Academy School, UB3 1JA
Larchwood Primary School, CM15 9NG
Larmenier Sacred Heart high School, W6 7BL
Larwood School, SG1 5QU
Latymer All Saints
Latymer All Saints Church of England Primary School, N9 9RS
Lea Primary School and Nursery, AL5 4LE
Leatherhead Trinity School, KT22 7BP
Lena Gardens Primary School, W6 7PZ
Little Gaddesden Primary School, HP4 1NX
Little Ridge Primary School, TN37 7LR
Lollipop Events, BR6
Longfield Primary School, HA2 7NZ
Lubavitch Primary School, N16 5RP
Lucasvale Primary School, SE8 4QB
Macmillan Science & Education, Kings Cross
Maidenbower Junior School, RH10 7RA
Maidenhall Primary School, LU4 8LD
Malden Parochial School, KT4 7LW
Mall School Xmas Fair, TW2 5NQ
Malorees Infant and Junior School, NW6 7PB
Maple House School, CR7 8LY
Maple Walk
Maple Walk School, NW10 4EB
Marish Primary School, SL3 8NZ
Marlborough Primary School, TW7 5XA
Mayflower Primary School, E14 6DU
Meadows Special School, ST13 6EU
Melcombe Primary School, W6 9ER
Menorah Primary School, NW11 9SP
Meridian Angel Primary School, N18 2DX
Merlin School, SW15 2BZ
Merryhills Primary School
Micklefield School, RH2 9DU
Middle Park Primary School, SE9 5RX
Middlesex College, NW4 4BT
Middlesex Uni, NW4 4BT
Middlesex University London School, NW4 4BT
Middleton School (SEN) SG12 9PD
Mill Hill Brownies, NW7 3QL
Millfields Primary School, E5 0SH
Montem Academy School, SL1 2TE
Montpelier Primary School, W5 2QT
Moon Hall School, RH5 6LQ
Moorcroft Special School, UB8 3BF
Morasha JPS School, N12 9DX
Morden Primary School, SM4 5PX
Moreland Primary School, EC1V 8BB
Mortlake Cubs, SW14 8ER
Moss Hall Junior School, N3 1NR
Mossbourne Parkside Academy School, E8 1AS
Mossbourne Parkside Academy, E8 1AS
Mulberry House, CAM
Mulberry Primary School, N17 9RB
Museum of London Docklands School, E14 4AL
Myland Leisure Centre School, E3 4HL
Mytchett Primary School, GU16 6JB
New End Primary School, NW3 1HU
New Hall Preparatory School, CM3 3HS
New Scotland Hill Primary School
Newham Kids Stage, E15
Newington Green Primary School N16 8NP
Newton Farm Infants School, HA2 9JU
Newton Prep School, SW8 4BX
NHEHS School, W13 8HH
NHEHS Summer Fair, W13 8HH
Noel Park Primary School, N22 6LH
North Bridge House Prep School, NW1 7AB
Northwood Primary School, E5 8RN
Norwood Green Junior School, UB2 5RN
Notting Hill & Ealing High School, W13 8AX
Oak farm
Oak Farm Infant School, UB10 9PD
Oak Lodge Primary School, BR4 0LJ
Oak Lodge Primary School, BR4 9HA
Oakington Manor – BRE
Oakington Manor Primary School, HA9 6NF
Oaklands Primary School, AL6 0PX
Oasis Academy Ryelands School, SE25 4XG
Old Vicarage School, TW10 6QX
Oliver Goldsmith Primary School, SE5 8UH
Orchard House School, W4 1LB
Orchard House, W4 1LB
Orchard Primary School, E9 7BB
Orchard Way Primary School, CR0 7NJ
Orleans Primary School, TW1 3EN
Our Lady & St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, E14 0DE
Our Lady and St Joseph Primary School, N1 4DG
Our Lady and St Joseph Primary School, N1 4JB
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Infant School, NW2 6EU
Our Lady of Grace Catholic Junior School, NW2 6HS
Our Lady of Lourdes School, NW10 8PP
Our Lady of Lourdes School, WAN
Our Lady of Muswell, N10 1PS
Oxford Gardens Primary School, W10 6NF
Pakeman Primary School, N7 6DU
Park Community School, SW19 3EF
Park Lane Primary School, HA9 7RY
Park Lane School, HA9 7RY
Parkgate House School, SW4 9SD
Parkway Primary School, DA18 4DP
Pembridge Hall School, W2
Petts Hill Primary School, UB5 4HB
Phoenix Primary School, SE1 5JT
Pickhurst Infant Academy School, BR4 0HL
Pilgrims’ Way Primary School, SE15 1EF
Pinner Park Junior School, HA5 5TJ
Pinner Wood Primary School, HA5 3RA
Pinner Wood School, HA5 3RA
Pointer School, SE3 7TH
Pooles Park Primary School, N4 3NW
Pound Hill Infant School, RH10 7EB
Poverest Primary School, BR5 2JD
Preston Park Primary School, HA9 8RJ
Priestmead Primary School, HA3 8SZ
Primrose Hill Primary School, NW1 8JL
Putney High Junior School, SW15 6BH
Queen’s Gate Junior School, SW7 5LE
Queen’s Manor Primary School, SW6 6ND
Queenswell Infant & Nursery School, N20 0NQ
Rainbow Montessori School, NW6 3PL
Randal Cremer Primary School, E2 8JG
Ravenscourt Park Prep School, W6 0SL
Redbridge Alternative Provision School, IG6 1PU
Rhodes Avenue Primary School, N227UT
Rhodes Avenue Primary School
Rhyl Primary School, NW5 3HB
Richard Atkins Primary School, SW2 4JP
Robert Blair Primary School, N7 9QJ
Robert Fitzroy Academy, CR0 6JN
Robin Hood Primary school, SW15 3QL
Rocket Creative School, N22 6YQ
Roe Green Infant & Junior Schools, NW9 9JE
Roe Green Infant School, NW9 9JL
Roe Green Strathcona School, HA9 8QL
Rokesly Junior School, N8 8NH
Ronald Ross Primary School, SW19 6RW
Rosendale Primary School, SE21 8LR
Rotherfield Primary School, N1 3EE
Roxbourne Primary School, HA2 9QF
Roxeth Primary School, HA2 0JA
Ruislip High School, HA4 0BY
Ryvers Primary, SL3 7TS
Sacks Morasha Jewish primary School, N12 9DX
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, KT3 4ND
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, SW15 5NX
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, TW11 9DD
Sacred Heart Catholic School, SW15 5NX
Sacred Heart Primary School, N7 8JN
Sacred Heart School, KT3 4ND
Saint Bernadette’s Catholic Primary School, MK10 9PH
Saint Christinas, NW8 7PY
Saint Francis of Assisi RC Primary School, W11 4BJ
Salcombe Prep School, N14 4PL
Salusbury Primary School, NW6 6RG
Samuel Cross JMI School, SG5 2JQ
Samuel Ryder Academy School, AL1 5AR
Sandhurst Junior School, SE6 1NW
Sarum Hall School, NW3 3EL
Sauncey Wood Primary School, AL5 5HL
Saxon Primary School, TW17 0JB
Sellincourt Primary School, SW17 9SA
Servite RC Primary School, SW10 9NA
Sevenoaks Leisure Centre School, TN13 1LW
Shottermill Infant School, GU27 1JZ
Sinai Jewish Primary School, HA3 9UD
Smallwood Primary School, SW17 0TW
South over Partnership School, NW9 9HA
Southbank International School, NW3 5TH
Southbank International School, W1T 6BN
Southfield School, AL10 8NN
Southmead Primary School, SW19 6QT
Southmead Primary School, SW19 6QT
Southwark Park Primary School, SE16 2JH
Southwark Park Primary, SE16 2JH
St Agatha’s Primary School, KT2 5TY
St Agnes’ Catholic Primary School, NW2 1RG
St Andrew & St Francis C of E Primary School, NW2 5PE
St Andrew & St Mark’s Junior School, KT6 4AL
St Andrew’s CofE Primary School, SW9 9DE
St Andrew’s Primary School, N20 8NX
St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, E1 5AW
St Augustine High School, NW6 5SN
St Augustine High School, NW6 5SN
St Augustine’s School, DA17 5HP
St Bedes Junior School, SW12 0LF
St Catherine’s School, TW1 4QJ
St Charles Primary School, W10 6EB
St Charles R C Primary School, W10 6EB
St Charles, W10 6EB
St Christinas Catholic School, NW8 7PY
St Christinas School, NW8 7PY
St Christopher’s School, HA9 8HE
St Christophes School, BRE
St Edmund’s Catholic Primary School, N9 7HJ
St Francis School, RH10 6HD
St George the Martyr Church of England Primary School, WC1N 2NX
St George’s Bickley CofE Primary School, BR1 2RL
St George’s Junior School, KT13 8NL
St George’s Junior School, KT13 8NL
St George’s Primary School, HA1 3SB
St Giles C of E (Aided) Infant School, KT21 1EA
St Giles CofE Primary School, EN6 3PE
St Giles School, CR2 6DF
St Giles, HERTS
St Helen’s School
St Helen’s School, HA6 3AS
St Hilda’s Prep School for Girls, WD23 3DA
St Ives School, GU27 2ES
St James Catholic Primary School, TW2 5NP
St James’s RC Primary School, TW2 5NP
St Joachims RC School, E16 3DT
St John Evangelist RC Primary School, N1 8BL
St John Fisher Catholic Primary School, UB6 7AF
St John Fisher Primary School, DA18 4BA
St John Fisher RC Primary School, SW20 9NA
St John Fisher School, SW20 9NA
St John the Baptist CofE Junior School, KT1 4HQ
St John’s Cof E Primary School, KT1 2SG
St Johns CofE School, HA7 3FD
St John’s School , HA6 3QY
St Joseph’s Primary School, SL9 8SB
St Joseph’s RC Infant School, SE19 3NX
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, IG11 7AR
St Joseph’s Summer Fair
St Mark’s Primary School, CR4 2LF
St Martin’s Infants School, KT18 7AA
St Mary & All Saints CE School, HP9 1RG
St Mary Magdalene CE Primary School, W2 5TF
St Mary Magdalen’s School, NW2 5BB
St Mary’s CofE School, RH121JL
St Mary’s & St John’s CE School, NW4 4SR
St Mary’s Angels School, W2 5PR
St Mary’s C of E Primary School, NW10 9JA
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, BR3 5DE
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, EN3 7DE
St Mary’s CofE Primary School, NW10 9JA
St Mary’s Hampstead, NW3 6PG
St Mary’s Primary School, UB8 2UA
St Mary’s Primary School, W14 0LT
St Matthew’s CofE Primary School, KT6 6LW
St Matthew’s CofE Primary School, UB7 7QJ
St Matthias CE Primary School, N16 8DD
St Michael’s Primary School, SW18 5SQ
St Monica’s Primary School, N1 6QN
St Nicholas Prep School, SW7 1PT
St Nicholas Preparatory School, SW7 1PT
St Nicholas School, GU52 0RF
St Olave’s Prep School, SE9 3QS
St Paul’s CofE Primary School, N11 1NQ
St Paul’s CofE Primary School, NW7 1QU
St Paul’s Primary School, N11 1NQ
St Paul’s with St Michael’s CE School, E8 4PB
St Peter’s Catholic Primary School, KT22 7JN
St Richard’s Primary School, TW10 7NL
St Saviors School, WEST
St Stephens C of E Primary School, SW8 1EJ
St Stephen’s C of E Primary School, W12 8LH
St Teresa’s School, HERTS
St Thomas More Catholic Primary School, SE9 6NS
St Thomas of Canterbury RC Primary School, CR4 1YG
St Vincent de Paul Catholic Primary School, SW1P 1EP
St Vincent de Paul RC School, SW1P 1EP
St. Andrew’s Primary School, NW2 5PE
St. Anthony’s School for Girls, NW11 7SX
St. Jerome Church of England Bilingual School, HA1 2DJ
St. John Evangelist School, N1 8BL
St. John Fisher Catholic Primary School, HA5 5RA
St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, HA3 7LP
St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, W9 1DF
St. Luke’s Primary School, W9 3EJ
St. Mary’s and St. Peter’s C of E Primary School, TW11 8RX
St. Stephen’s CE Primary School, W12 8LH
Stag Lane Infant School, HA8 5RU
Stamford Green Primary School, KT19 8LU
Standens Barn Primary School, NN3 9EH
Stanhope Primary School, UB6 9EG
Stanley Primary School, TW11 8UH
Stebon Primary School, E14 7AD
Step by Step Kids School, N15 6DT
Step by Step Kids, N15 4RB
Stillness Infant School, SE23 1NH
Stockwell Primary School and Children’s Centre, SW9 9TG
Stormont School, EN6 5HA
Sybil Elgar School, UB2 4NR
Telferscot Primary School, SW12 0HW
Thames Ditton Infant School, KT7 0PW
The Arts Club School, W1S 4NP
The Blue School, TW7 6RQ
The Club at the Ivy School, WC2H 9NE
The Good Shepherd RC Primary School, W12 9BY
The Hermitage School, GU21 8UU
The Hyde School, NW9 7EY
The Ivy Club School, WC2H 9NE
The Ivy Club, WC2H 9NE
The Ivy Club, WC2H 9NQ
The Link Primary School, CR0 4PG
The Links Primary School, CR0 4PG
The Mall School , TW2 5NQ
The Merlin School, SW15 2BZ
The Phoenix School, NW3 5LF
The Pointer School, SE3 7TH
The Ridgeway Primary School, RG2 8JD
The Rise School, TW13 7EF
The Russell School, TW10 7AH
The Smallberry Green Primary School, TW7 5BF
The Study Prep School, SW19 4UN
The Study School
The Unicorn School, TW9 3JX
The Vale Primary School, KT18 6HP
The Village School
The White House Prep School, SW12 0LF
Thomas’s Academy School, SW6 4LY
Thomas’s Clapham School, SW11 6JZ
Thomson House School, SW14 8HY
Three Bridges Primary School, UB2 4HT
Tiverton Primary School, N15 6SP
Tolworth Infants and Junior School, KT6 7SA
Torriano Primary School, NW5 2SJ
Tower House School, SW14 8LF
Tudor Primary School, N3 2AG
Tudor Primary School, UB1 1NX
Tweeddale Primary School, SM5 1SW
Twickenham Preparatory School, TW12 2SA
Two Rivers Shopping Centre School, TW18 4WB
Tylers Green First School, HP10 8EF
Vauxhall Primary school, SE11 5LG
Vauxhall School
Vicarage Primary School, E6 6AD
Victoria Junior School, TW13 4AQ
Virgo Fidelis Convent Senior School, SE19 1RS
Vittoria Primary School, N1 0TJ
Waddesdon Village Primary School, HP18 0LQ
Walker Primary School, N14 7EG
Walnut Tree Walk Primary School, SE11 6DS
Walton Oak School, KT12 3LN
Wandsworth Prep School, SW18 2PQ
Watling Park School, HA8 9YA
Welldon Park Primary School, HA2 8LT
Wembley Primary School, HA9 7NW
Wessex Gardens Primary School
Wessex Gardens Primary School, NW11 9RR
Wessex Gardens Primary, NW11 9RR
West Acton Primary School, W3 0JL
West Acton Primary, W3 0JL
West Green Primary School, N15 3RT
West Lea School (Special Needs)
West London Free School Primary, W6 0LB
West London Free School, W6 0LB
Westbridge Primary School, SW11 3NE
Westfield Community Primary School, EN11 8RA
Weston Green School, KT7 0JN
Westward Prep School, KT12 1LE
Weyfield Primary School, GU1 1QJ
Whitefriars Primary School, HA3 5RQ
Whittingham Primary Academy School, E17 5QX
William Bellamy Primary School, RM10 7HX
William Cobbett Junior School, GU9 9ER
William Ford Junior School, RM10 9JS
William Hogarth Primary School, W4 2JR
Willington Prep School, SW19 7QQ
Willow Brook Primary School Academy, E10 7BH
Willow Primary School, SL2 5FF
Willow Tree Primary School, UB5 5FE
Wimbledon Park Primary School, SW19 8EJ
Windale CP School, Oxford
Winterbourne Junior Girls School, CR7 7QT
Wood End Infant School, UB5 4LB
Woodlands Academy School, W13 0DH
Woodside Primary School, CR0 6NF
Wormholt Park Primary School, W12 0SR
Yeading Infants School, UB4 0NR
Zille Hussain School, HA2 0TY

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