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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Beyond the classroom ...

At Merton Park we believe that some of the most exciting learning takes place outside the classroom, and we don’t need to go very far as there are many lovely open spaces close to our school.

A little further afield are Morden Park, the library and the Polka Theatre and our children participate regularly in sporting and cultural events hosted by other Merton schools.

We are lucky to be close to the centre of London, with its rich and varied resources, and all children (but particularly children from Yr 2 upwards) regularly visit the museums, art galleries and concert halls.  Children travel on public transport up to London and this not only teaches them important life skills but keeps costs lower, as public transport is free for school children.

Trips that our children have made recently include: 

The Ragged School

BBC TV studios

The British Museum

Morden Hall Park - for river studies

The Barbican

The Science Museum

Wisley Gardens

Alice Holt Forest

London Zoo

The Globe Theatre