Our Contact Address:

Gresham Primary School,
Limpsfield Road, Sanderstead,
South Croydon, Surrey, CR2 9EA

Telephone Number: 020 8657 1807

Headteacher: Ms Karen Steele

Deputy Headteacher: Mrs Tracey Butler-Kemp

SENCo: Mrs Julie Gough

Office Manager and contact: Mrs Rebekah Broder


Contact us via email

Alternatively you can use the direct email addresses listed below:

Email: administrator@gresham.croydon.sch.uk  (Not for confidential information or emergencies)

Paper copies of all information included on the Gresham website can be provided on request.

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What are the school opening times?

The school day is from:

 8.45am - 3.20pm

How do I secure a place for my child at Gresham?

The local authority manage all admissions for Gresham Primary School. Please contact them for further details about making an application for a place at the school.

For parents considering applying for a Reception Class place for your child from September, please see our dedicated help pages via the link below.

Does the school have a Parents' Association (PA)?

The school has a thriving and highly successful Gresham PA and our parents are highly involved in shaping our community and school improvement. You can join the committee or simply offer to volunteer at events. Your support will be welcome and appreciated. For further details, please see the Parents' Association Newsletters, the Gresham Prospectus and the Parents' Association page of this website.

Who are the staff and Governors at Gresham?

Please visit the staff and governors pages of the web site for details of everyone involved in implementing the vision of our school.

What will the school be like for my child and for parents?

We are proud of our children, their achievements and their aspiration. For details of how the school makes this possible, please read the Gresham Prospectus, the curriculum topic plans and school policies available via this web site.

How do Gresham pupils achieve?

Gresham believes in a broad and balanced curriculum embracing and celebrating the talents of children in art, music, sport and all areas of learning. For details of how children perform in assessments and tests, please see the final page of the Gresham Prospectus which includes results of statutory assessments.