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About Us

John Keble Church of England Primary School is a two form entry school, founded in 1889. The school serves a diverse community in Harlesden in North West London. There are over 400 children on roll, including 30 places for nursery children.

John Keble is arranged into year groups, each containing two classes. Children are also members of the school’s four houses St Matthew, St Mark, St Luke and St John. 

John Keble is a happy school where children feel valued and where parents are welcomed as partners in their children's education. 

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Our original building dates from Victorian times and there are more recent nursery, reception, KS1 classrooms and a new entrance hall with new offices. The building is spacious and light and classrooms are generous in size. We have a beautiful playground with an AstroTurf football pitch, climbing towers, an allotment area, a small orchard, netball and basketball, a woodland walk and all-weather grass to play on.

John Keble School is in the centre of Harlesden, which enables it to be a real hub for the community. We are very proud of the school and committed to providing the very best education for all of our children, nurturing and teaching them in a Christian environment.

The school has links to:

  • All Soul's Church
  • St Matthew's Church
  • The Salvation Army
  • St Michael and All Angels' Church
  • Harlesden Community Church.

Children are at the heart of everything we do.