Salusbury is a great school. Brilliant teachers, and enough people around to have plenty of friends no matter what your background or ability. The downside is the playground - which is entirely concrete, with no grassy areas, but I guess that's to be expected in an inner-city area. Carol Munro was the headteacher while I was there, someone who gave assemblies each Monday in a balancing act designed to respect all the different faiths there. It worked well, as assemblies go. Fridays were much better though - each week a different class would do a performance of some kind. This was such a good idea because it built confidence in public speaking even for people who might be a bit shy - and it went right up from Nursery to Year 6 classes.
In a sign of an already unhealthy interest in politics and journalism, in Year 6 I co-edited 'Cool School' magazine. OK, it may have only run for one issue (we were exhausted) but it included an interview with Ken Livingstone just at the time of the controversy over running for London Mayor. I even got some interesting comments about Jeffery Archer ("he actually wanted to be a good mayor, so he could be remembered for doing something good") and I've liked Ken ever since! You can now download this and see for yourself. Apologies for the odd layout with text split over a photo - but that's the danger of mixing young children with Microsoft Publisher too early!
You can find out more on Salusbury Primary School on its own website.