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Fielding Primary School and Nursery


We are seeking to install a multi-sports playing surface, up to 1,820m² (34.5m x 52.75m) in size with floodlights and boundary fencing on the existing grassed playing field to enable all-year round sports and play provision during and after the school day.

We have gathered views during a consultation period from 8th February - 8th March 2019 so that we can make this change for our pupils and community in the best way possible.


Fielding Primary School is a maintained community school with 967 pupils, aged 3-11 years old, including 129 pupils in a nursery.

The school occupies a two-hectare site located to the south of Wyndham Road. The site consists of main school buildings and car park towards the north of the site and a grassed playing pitch to the south of the site.

The school playing field is important to the school sports curriculum, and highly popular with children during dry periods, but it is prone to water-logging and becoming slippery with mud, which means much of the year it is not used. With the nationwide emphasis on increasing sports and physical activity for primary school children we need a space they can use all year round. This is why we are proposing a new multi-sports playing surface.

The site can be accessed by pedestrians and vehicles to the north of the site off Wyndham Road and to the east of the site off Coombe Road. The school’s main entrance is via Wyndham Road. Pedestrian access off Fielding Walk is available during term-time at main pupil drop-off and collection times only.

Controlled Parking Zones are in operation around the school site. Ealing Council Zone N operates to the east and south of the site between 9-10am and 3-4pm and Zone GG to the west of the site between 10-11am and 2-3pm.


  • 8th February – 8th March 2019, consultation
  • 8th March 2019 -, final planning and submission of planning application
  • July - August 2019, construction works
  • 30th August 2019, completed project handover

Consultation responses