Thomas Buxton Primary School

A place of learning,
laughter & friendship

School Values

Respect

Respect

Contribute

Contribute

Enjoy

Enjoy

Aspire

Aspire

Teamwork

Teamwork

Enquire

Enquire

Attendance Chart

1st
Ennis-Hill

100%

2nd
Williams

98%

3rd
Fraser-Pryce

98%

4th
Stokes

98%

5th
Bolt

97%

6th
Redmond

97%

7th
Mohammad

97%

8th
Adams

96%

9th
Mardini

95%

10th
Farah

94%

11th
Asher-Smith

94%

12th
Gemili

94%

13th
Rudolph

93%

14th
Jackson

90%

15th
Lewis

88%

16th
Jones

86%

About the School

Set right in the heart of Whitechapel’s vibrant, multicultural community, we are a two-form entry primary school with a nursery

Calendar of Events

8th January

INSET School closed to children

9th January

Children return to school

12th February

Spring Half Term Holiday

28th March

Spring Term ends

29th March

Easter Holiday

News & Letters


Screenshot of Newsletter

Newsletter - 27th March 2024

School History

Thomas Buxton Primary School can trace its origins to the commissioning, by the School Board for London, of the Deal Street Elementary School in 1896.

This school was built for the London School Board to provide for the requirements of the 1870 Education Act that instigated the formation of local school boards and the provision of compulsory state education. The contractors were Messrs. A. Reed and Son of Stratford, whose tender for a school for 1,200 children was for £16,945.

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Day in the life at Thomas Buxton