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Welcome to Viking Primary School

We are a single form entry Primary school, situated just off the A40 in Northolt. We serve an extremely vibrant and diverse population with wonderful children. We are committed to achieving our motto ‘Be the best you can be’ in everything we do.

Take your time to look around our school website. You will find both information about our school and extra curricular activities, alongside copies of important documents and other information you or your child may need throughout the school year.

Important information

Please find information about our COVID guidance and remote learning here. 

Super work and participation - celebrating success

Stars of the week - 7th September 

Article 29 - every child has the right to be the best they can be.

Be knowledgeable, be articulate, be ambitious, be curious, be inspired.

Be the best version of you.

Class Pupil Reason
Blue class - Reception   Transition week so not included this week
Yellow class - Year 1 Whole class: for fantastic settling in and learning new routines.
Red class - Year 2 Whole class:

for excellent writing this week and remembering our Year 2 features. 

Silver class - Year 3 Whole class: for settling in very well – good start to Year 3.
Bronze class - Year 4 Whole class:

for settling in and making a fantastic start to Year 4 – well done all!

Platinum class - Year 5 Whole class:

for settling in well and showing great learning attitudes and behaviour.

Gold class - Year 6 Whole class:

for settling in and showing a positive attitude towards learning.

 Well done! You should be proud of yourself; we are all very proud of you. 

Be the best you can be!


Our values and ethos are directly underpinned by our commitment to being a Rights Respecting School. 

The Rights Respecting ethos enables children to grow-up being the best person that they can possibly be while respecting the rights of themselves and others. Rights are taught explicitly through assemblies and lessons; implicitly through modelling and are displayed in every aspect of school life.

This year we will be introducing a right of the fortnight. This right will be the focus of classroom reflections, PSHE discussions and Assemblies.  Week commencing 6th September and 13th September we have been focusing on:

  • Article 28 (right to education) - Every child has the right to an education. Richer countries must help poorer countries achieve this.
  • Article 29 (goals of education) - Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and abilities to the full. It must encourage the child’s respect for human rights, as well as respect for their parents, their own and other cultures, and the environment.

Our assembly focus this week

Theme/ focus/ Article Curriculum driver/ British value link Book shared

Article 28 right to an education

Ambitious, Articulate, Curious, Inspired, Knowledgeable

Be the best you can be.

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Our Vision

Be the best you can be

Our Curriculum drivers

Ambitious, Articulate, Curious, Inspired and Knowledgeable  

Our Values

Effort, Teamwork, Respect, Fun and Positivity

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