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Mount Carmel

Catholic Primary School

I have come so that they may have life and have it to the full - John 10:10

Our School's History

The history of our school goes back to the 1960s. At the time, the demand for places in Catholic schools outnumbered the amount of existing Catholic schools. Between the years 1965-66, the ‘Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary’, a local religious order of sisters donated 1.6 acres of their land to the Diocese of Westminster to build a primary school, to serve the Catholic community in Ealing. The local parish of St. Peter and St. Paul helped raise some of the funds to build the primary school, therefore enabling the school to serve the Northfields community plus other local over-subscribed schools eg. St Vincent’s in Acton, St. Gregory’s in Ealing, St. Joseph’s in Hanwell and other local parishes without schools including St. Dunstan’s, Gunnersbury and other neighbouring parishes in the London Borough of Hounslow.