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

Ofsted judge the school to be good

“The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.” (Ofsted July 2016)

Ofsted Feedback

A Rights Respecting School

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. Lady Margaret Primary School school not only teaches about children’s rights but also models rights and respect in all its relationships: between teachers / adults and students, between adults and between students.

Nursery Places Available

“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)

Welcome to Lady Margaret Primary School.

Where children come first.

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’.

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.

London Grid For Learning

My Maths

Learning

Motivation

Progression

Success

Diary Dates

Autumn Term
School reopens to pupils on Wednesday 6th September 2017

Thursday 19th October Start of autumn half term break for pupils

Thursday 19th October Professional training day – school closed to pupils

Friday 20th October Occasional Day – school closed

Monday 30th October Pupils return to school

Wednesday 20th December Last day of the autumn term

 

 

Achievement assembly
Parents and carers welcome

Years 1, 2 & 3 // Wednesday 11.00 am // Lower hall
Years 4 & 5 // Thursday 9.00 am // Upper hall
Year 6 // Friday 11.00am // Lower Hall
EYFS // Friday 9:00am // Lower Hall

Severe Weather Information

Please click the link below for important information regarding the school severe weather policy.

Letter

Nursery Vacancies

We have immediate vacancies in our nursery, application forms are available from the school office.

Admissions
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