Welcome to Lady Margaret Primary SchoolWhere children come first!
Welcome to Lady Margaret Primary School.
Where Children Come First.
“Our pupils are eager learners and engage enthusiastically with our creative approach to the curriculum and our emphasis on project based home learning activities.”
Mrs H. Rai – Headteacher
Unicef Gold Rights Respecting School Award
The Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) recognises achievement in putting the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) at the heart of a school’s planning, policies, practice and ethos.
Nursery Places Available for September 2019
“Children in Nursery and Reception classes start to build their phonics knowledge and early reading skills as soon as they join the school.” (Ofsted July 2016)
Every pupil matters
“Any pupils at risk of falling behind in their learning are identified quickly and given additional support to catch up.” (Ofsted July 2016)
Teachers set pupils demanding tasks carefully matched to their abilities.
“Rates of progress in reading, writing and mathematics are accelerating, including for the most able pupils.” (Ofsted July 2016)
Managing Food Allergies and Food Intolerance.
If you have a child who has a food allergy or food intolerance and in order for us to serve them with food that is prepared in the school kitchen and to manage the situation in their best interests, it is recommended that a joint meeting is arranged by the school between yourself, the school and Harrison Catering to:
Identify and confirm the type of food allergy or food intolerance your child has
Make sure the severity of the risks involved are understood by everyone
The Felix Project
In January 2019 the school joined The Felix Project which provide a free weekly delivery of surplus food that is made available to children and their families to take home and enjoy. For more information click here.
Everyday Magic is a London-wide charity currently running colourful and vivid storytelling for our Reception Year 1 and Year 2 children. At the heart of Everyday Magic is storytelling, complemented with other art forms. Artists work closely with teachers and schools to devise programmes which develop children’s imagination and creativity, to inspire, motivate, engage and entertain through a multitude of interactive stories, songs, music, arts and crafts. For more information on Everyday Magic click here.
KIT uses immersive theatre to engage pupils with learning. They work across all year groups in the school bringing the curriculum to life in fun and exciting ways. To learn more about KIT theatre’s adventures in learning click here.
Yellowball Foundation was set up in 2007 and funds free access to healthy, active programmes, to those unable to afford this opportunity. They inspire achievable, sustainable activity and highlight the benefit of a healthy lifestyle, helping young people to develop essential social and physical skills, build confidence and reach their potential.
In year 4 pupils on the HEYDAY UK film course are involved in all aspects of filmmaking; from directing to acting, writing to editing. At the end of each course, friends and families will be invited to a screening of our students’ films. If you would like to know more click here.
Tomorrow’s Men work with pupils on dance project activities in Key Stage 2, mainly supporting boys to develop their communications skills, increase self confidence and build better relationships with their peers. For information on Tomorrow’s Men click here.
Ealing Music Service
Ealing Music Service EMS provides tuition in most Ealing schools. If you would like for your child to receive instrumental tuition from EMS, please ask at the school office which instruments are available. For more information on EMS click here.
School policies cover every aspect of school life! Lady Margaret Primary School are always reviewing the school policies in accordance with the recommendations from the Department of Education, the Local Authority and other Government departments.
Accessibility Plan -2018
Anti Bullying Policy
Beliefs and values policy
Charging and Remissions Policy
Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy
Childrens Photography Policy Revised draft – May-18
Complaints Policy March 18
Data Protection Policy
Early Literacy Policy
Equal Opportunities Policy 2017
Equality monitoring autumn 2018
E-safety policy Sept 2016
EYFS Mobile Phone policy
EYFS policy Feb -2017
FOI Publication Scheme
Freedom of Information Policy (1)
Governors Written Statement of Behaviour principles
Health & Safety Policy
Homework Guidance for parents
Information Management Policy – Draft
Late Collection Policy
Missing Child Procedure
Modern Foreign Languages Policy
Most Able Gifted and Talented Policy
Music Policy 2015
Parental Engagement Policy
Physical Education Policy
Privacy notice LMPS 2018
Relationships and sex education policy
Teaching and Learning Policy
We hope that adults and children will find the site interesting and informative providing current and relevant information. Lady Margaret Primary School is a three form entry school with a nursery class, in Southall, which is part of the London Borough of Ealing. Our pupils are eager learners and engage enthusiastically with our creative approach to the curriculum and our emphasis on project based home learning activities.
At Lady Margaret Primary School we believe that ‘Children come first’.
We understand that choosing where to send your child to school is a big decision. We would like to invite any parents of children wishing to join our school to come visit us. Please contact the school office to book an appointment for a school tour and to meet our team.
I love the school, it is a safe place for my child to be. My child has made very good progress since the beginning of reception.
One thing I really like about the EYFS is the way they encourage and do so much with the higher ability children to help them exceed.
Check back for an updated list of assemblies.
Our nursery is currently full.
If you require a nursery place in September 2019 please complete an application form and pass it to one of our administrators in the office.
Diary Dates - Summer Term
Tuesday 23rd April – First day of term.
Monday 27th May – Friday 31st May – Half term.
Wednesday 24th July – Last day of term (school finishes at 1.30pm).
Polling Day – school closed
Thursday 23rd May
Occasional Day – school closed
Wednesday 5th June
Parents’ evening is scheduled for Tuesday 4th June. Letters will be sent out the week of 20th May.