Our School History

sta_0683

Rabbsfarm Primary School opened on 10 March 1969 with a total roll of 64 children (32 Juniors and 32 Infants).

The school was built by Trys of Uxbridge and is identical in design to three other schools built in the Borough during that time. Originally built as ‘open plan’ with no dividing walls inside the building, the school has gone through major changes over the years.

As the school population increased the main building was remodelled so that each classroom became self-contained and the main building was expanded to include a new classroom in 2000. Four mobile buildings have been added, two in 1990 one in 1997 and a fourth in 2010. In 1981 the school Nursery was built at the entrance to the school.  In 2012 the school had more mobiles installed on the playing fields to allow building work to commence.

The new Rabbsfarm School was built by Farrans and was completed in August 2014.  The school continues to expand and by 2018 will be three forms of entry throughout, to help cater for the expanding primary population in the borough.  

The old Rabbsfarm was demolished in the summer of 2014.  The present playground stands on the site of the old building.

Rabbsfarm continues to have a reputation of providing a happy, caring, supportive and stimulating environment for our children while striving to further education socially, emotionally and academically.