Merton Park Primary School

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Pupils do exceptionally well at this school, in terms of both their academic and personal development.

Leaders, including governors, are relentless in their ambition to make this school the best it can be.

The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. Pupils have excellent attitudes to learning. They work hard at all times and persevere with tasks that are frequently challenging.

The warm, mutually supportive relationships that staff and pupils have with each other make this a very caring, nurturing school.

Provision in the Early Years is outstanding. Children make rapid and sustained progress due to excellent teaching and imaginative activities.

The curriculum is excellent. It promotes a real love for learning in pupils, as they have many opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills within a real-life context.

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Home - School Agreement

The School will:

  • provide a safe and stimulating environment for the children
  • value and respect each child as an individual
  • offer a broad & balanced curriculum for pupils of all abilities
  • keep parents informed about what is happening in school
  • encourage high expectations and pride in achievement
  • recognise and praise progress and achievement
  • inform parents of the progress and welfare of their child, including an annual written report
  • listen to pupils’ and parents’ views and concerns

 

Parents/carers will:

  • support the school in its aims and values
  • support the school’s Behaviour and Safety policies
  • ensure their child’s regular and punctual attendance
  • notify the school early on the first day of the reason for their child’s absence
  • support their child in the school work they are expected to do at home
  • tell the school about any circumstances which may affect their child’s work or behaviour
  • attend parents’ evenings and discussions about their child’s progress

 

Pupils will:

  • be polite and helpful to others
  • be on their best behaviour and abide by the school rules
  • attend school regularly, and on time, and bring the things they need
  • look after the things they use in school
  • help to look after the school and its grounds
  • try their best and work hard
  • wear their school uniform and look smart