Key Information

Edible Playground

  • Grow it!
  • Plant it!
  • Eat it!
    Produce from our edible garden.






Our school library is well resourced.







In-year admissions: Reception to Year 6

‘Lady Margaret Primary is a good school……. It has a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere which pupils enjoy’ (Ofsted 2011).

All admissions to the school are dealt with by Ealing Council. Please click on the following link to be directed to their admissions page: Here.

Please click on the following link to view the admissions criteria for Lady Margaret Primary School: Here.


In Reception we follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum, more information can be found on our curriculum page. If your child turns 4 before 1st September 2019 you may apply for a reception place for your child to start in September 2019. The application process opens October 2018. The deadline for main round admissions is 15th January 2019.

Tours of the school will take place during the autumn term. Please contact the school office for more information and to book a place.

All reception places are allocated by Ealing Council. Please click on the following link to be directed to their admissions page: Here.

Please click on the following link to view the admissions criteria for Lady Margaret Primary School: Here.


At Lady Margaret Primary School we are very proud of our nursery provision, ‘Remember – it’s not what we do for the children that is important – it’s what you teach them to do for themselves.’

  • We have a 78 place nursery, 39 in the morning 8.45am to 11.45am and 39 in the afternoon 12.15pm to 3.15pm. We admit pupils in the September after their 3rd birthday.
  • We have a limited number of extended day nursery places available. Parents can purchase additional hours so that children can attend from 8.45am to 3.15pm. These are offered on a first come first served basis and places are secured with a deposit. We also accept children who qualify for 30 hour funding. To find out more please visit ‘Child Care Choices’ by clicking here.
  • If you would like your child to start in September 2019 please complete the form below and return to the school office to be added to our waiting list. Letters will be posted in March 2019 with more information. Tours of the school will take place in the spring term. Please contact the school office for more information and to book a place.

LMPS Nursery Admission Form

Please click here to view the admissions criteria for Lady Margaret Primary School. 

School Staff


Headteacher – Mrs H Rai
Deputy Headteachers – Miss L Simpson & Mrs R Bartholomew
Non Classroom based teachers

Mrs A Towers – Senco
Mr J Nolan – Science Teacher


Non Classroom based learning support assistants
HLTA Induction – Mrs M Mathadu
HLTA – Mrs S Bagga
HLTA – Mrs N Aggarwal
HLTA – Mrs A Dhaliwal
LSA – Miss H Mahay
LSA – Miss N Gater – SEN support
LSA – Mr J Masters – SEN support
LSA – Mrs R Neville – SEN support
LSA – Mrs M Channa – SEN support
Lower School
EYFS (Nursery and Reception) and Year 1 
Strategic leader of phase – Miss L Simpson
Assistant Headteacher – Mrs E Hodgkinson
Phase Leader – Mrs A Gillani
HLTA/Family Liaison – Mrs H Mahay
TeachersLearning Support Assistants



Nursery – Mrs E Hodgkinson/Miss P Thakarshi
RSF – Miss S Fatania (Year Leader)
RPT – Miss B Omobolagi
RAN – Miss A Nichols
Nursery – Mrs N Marwan
Nursery – Miss S Perera
Nursery – Mrs H Duale
Nursery – Mrs M Mir
Nursery – Mrs P Tank
Nursery – Miss L Thomas
Reception – Mrs P Kaile
Reception – Mrs K Matha
Reception – Mrs S Fernandes
Year 1


1SB – Miss S Bhogaita (Year Leader)
1AG – Miss A Gillani
1JP – Mr J Peacock
Mrs B Juneja
Mrs I Sahi
Miss L Thomas
Mrs P Tank
Middle School 
Year 2 and Year 3
Strategic leader of phase – Miss L Simpson Assistant Headteacher – Mrs E Hodgkingson
Phase Leader – Miss E KularHLTA/Family Liaison – Mrs A Dhaliwal
TeachersLearning Support Assistants
2UA – Miss U Ali (Year lead)
2EK – Miss E Kular
2SP – Miss S Poonja
Mrs S Itlas
Miss T Usmani
3LN – Miss L Nash (Year Leader)
3JF – Mrs R Bartholomew
3RC – Miss R Chandrakanthan
Upper School
Year 4 and Year 5
Strategic leader of phase – Mrs R Bartholomew
Assistant Headteacher – Miss T Byrne
Phase Leader – Mr T Kelly
HLTA/Family Liaison – Mrs N Aggarwal
4RK – Miss R Kumar (Year Leader)
4NA – Mr N Antoniou
4SW – Miss S Warsame
5TK– Mr T Kelly
5GG – Miss G Ghai
5AK – Miss A Kaler
Year 6 team


Strategic leader of phase – Mrs R Bartholomew
Assistant Head Teacher – Miss T Byrne
Phase Leader –  Miss E Dobee
HLTA/Family Liaison – Mrs S Bagga
6SN – Miss S Nandra (Year lead)
6WP – Miss W Prokop/ Miss T Byrne
6ED – Miss E Dobee
Support StaffStrategic leader – Senior School Business Manager – Mrs A Hancock
School AdministratorsSite ManagementSchool Meals Supervisory Assistants
Finance – Mrs B Wadhera

Attendance – Mrs S Lambrias

Admissions – Mrs R Mangat



Site Manager – Mr T Semczuk
Assistant Site Manager – Mrs J CruzCleaners
J Amin
J Cruz
J Kahlon
M Kieres
D Sahota
J Sangha
Mrs J Cruz (Senior SMSA)
Mrs J Amin
Mrs S Bhamra
Mrs M Bhogal
Mrs S Bhuee
Mrs F Hussain
Mrs N Haling
Mrs R Jahangir
Mrs I Jheita
Mrs M Khanna
Mrs J Kahlon
Mrs M Mir
Mrs S Walia







Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Special educational needs (SEN) that affect a child’s ability to learn can include their:

  • Behaviour or ability to socialise, e.g. not being able to make friends
  • Reading and writing, e.g. they have dyslexia
  • Ability to understand things
  • Concentration levels, e.g. they have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Physical needs or impairments

Our approach to teaching children with SEN

The Key contact for SEN/D concerns is Mrs Towers the schools Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo)

We value and help children to develop a healthy respect for themselves and others, with a clear moral code that will positively guide their life choices.

We value the development of our children’s academic progress and nurture ambition, resilience and excellent skills for life as essential outcomes of their experience as learners.

We value everyone within our school, regardless of race, gender, religion or abilities and provide equal access to all aspects of our curriculum.

We value the cultural diversity brought to this school by our children as an enrichment to all that is shared and respected, so that our children will grow up and live harmoniously within the community.

What kinds of needs can be supported at Lady Margaret Primary School?

Children with every type of need are supported at our school and we make our best efforts to ensure that every child in our school makes good progress and is well prepared for transition to secondary school and beyond into adulthood.


Lady Margaret Primary School Special Educational Needs Policy

Lady Margaret Primary School believes that Every teacher is a teacher of every pupil or young person including those with SEN.

This policy was developed as a response to, and is reflective of the SEN Code of Practice 0-25 (September 2014).

It should be read in conjunction with the following policies

  • Accessibility
  • Behaviour
  • Child Protection
  • Safeguarding

SEN policy

SEN information report 2017_18

Who can I talk to about my child’s needs?

  • Class teacher
  • SENCo – Mrs A Towers – Key contact for SEN/D concerns
  • Assistant Head teacher – Mrs E Hodgkinson
  • Deputy Head teachers – Mrs R Bartholomew and Miss L Simpson

Children with special educational needs (SEN)

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General Data Protection Regulations GDPR

The GDPR applies in all EU member states this affects how schools manage personal data and how this is protected and shared.

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the result of four years of work by the EU to bring data protection legislation into line with new, previously unforeseen ways that data is now used. GDPR introduces tougher fines for non-compliance and breaches, and gives people more say over what companies can do with their data. It also makes data protection rules more or less identical throughout the EU.

Lady Margaret Primary School is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information. Compliance with the regulations will be an ongoing process and the School have appointed a data protection officer to advise and manage compliance with the regulation. Full details of our data protection officer can be found below should you have any questions.

Data Protection Officer  –The Data Protection Officer is responsible for overseeing data protection within the School so if you do have any questions in this regard, please do contact them on the information below: –

Data Protection Officer: Craig Stilwell
Company: Judicium Consulting Ltd
Address: 72 Cannon Street, London, EC4N 6AE
Telephone: 0203 326 9174
Check regularly on this section to see what is new.

GDPR Policies and Procedures

Privacy notice LMPS Pupils-Parents- Updated
Privacy Notice Staff LMPS 2018
Privacy notice LMPS governors – volunteers 2018

Data Protection Policy – May 18
Information Management Policy
Childrens Photography Policy
Subject Access Request – Information and SAR letter
Data Breach Policy
Data Breach Report Form

Freedom of Information Policies and Procedures
FOI Publication Scheme
Freedom of ‌Information Policy

Follow the link for more information GDPR

School Meals

School Meals

School meals are provided by Harrisons Catering Services, which is an independent catering company that provides healthy, freshly cooked food. Their menu is published their web-site and is also available in leaflet from the school office.

Their menu is agreed by Ealing Education Contract Services, after a nutritional analysis. The menu meets with the National Standards for Primary Schools set by the Department for Education.

For pupils in Year 3 to Year 6 who are not entitled to free school meals, the most convenient way to pay for school meals is via Harrison’s secure online website using a debit or credit card.

Free School Meals

All pupils in Reception to Year 2 are entitled to free school meals. For pupils in Year 3 to Year 6, families receiving the following benefits are eligible for free school meals.

  • Income Support.
  • Job Seekers Allowance (income Based only).
  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance.
  • Assistance from the UK Border Agency.
  • Guarantee element of State Pension Credit.
  • Child Tax Credit and have an annual income of less than £16,190 (and not in receipt of Working Tax Credit).
  • Click here to apply online.

School Meal Debt

Whilst the majority of families keep their school meal account topped up, there are some parents who persistently run up debt on their Harrison Catering account. Where these debts are incurred the school is charged, this means that money which should be spent on our children’s education is used to pay for debts accumulated by a minority of parents.

When an invoice is issued by Harrison Catering to the school for school meals debt, an invoice will be raised by the school to the parent on our ParentPay system. If an invoice from the school is issued this needs to be paid within 14 days at the school office or online at

After 28 days if the debt remains outstanding, parents will be invited to attend a meeting with school. In some circumstances parents can arrange a payment plan, this will only be for invoices issued by the school and must be done with the agreement of Mrs Hancock, the school business manager, who can be contacted via the school office.

If you receive a message from Harrison’s Catering to top up your account you need to contact them to pay at

It is schools policy that any child with a debt of over £20.00 will not be served a meal. This debt could be either with Harrison Catering, an outstanding invoice on ParentPay for school meal debt or a combination of both. In these circumstances parents will initially be sent a text message advising them of the above.

We would like to remind parents that it is a parent’s responsibility of care to ensure that food is provided for their children at lunchtime, not the schools. Please do not put your child in the embarrassing position of being refused a meal, please keep your school meals account topped up.

Packed Lunches

If you would prefer for your child to bring a packed lunch from home, please ensure that Harrisons Catering are aware of this so that you are not incorrectly charged for meals. It is important that packed lunches provides as healthy and balanced a lunch as what they would eat at home.

This means plenty of foods that contains the nutrients that children need and fewer foods high in sugar and saturated fat.

School Uniform

Our school uniform is:

Compulsory items for boys’ uniform

  • White shirt or polo shirt
  • Black trousers
  • Black school shoes or black trainers

Optional Items

  • Red sweatshirt with logo
  • Red fleece jacket

Other School Uniform Items Permitted

  • Red tie
  • Black school uniform shorts during warmer weather
  • Boys from the Sikh community who choose to wear a head covering garment may wear a black Pakta or Turban.

Compulsory items for girls’ uniform

  • White blouse or polo shirt
  • Black skirt or black trousers or black pinafore dress
  • Black school shoes or black trainers

Optional Items

  • Red sweatshirt with logo
  • Red cardigan with logo
  • Red fleece jacket

Other School Uniform Items Permitted

  • Red and white checked school uniform summer dress during warmer weather
  • Grey plain tights may be worn under skirts or dresses
  • Girls from the Muslim community who choose to wear a head covering garment may wear a short black hijab. If wearing the summer dress, girls may wear a short white hijab.
  • Jewellery is not allowed except for stud earrings and watches.
Parents & carers can purchase Lady Margaret Primary school uniform from Marks and Spencer ‘Your School Uniform’ service. For more information click here: Marks and Spencer ‘Your School Uniform’

In addition school uniform can be purchased from Fashion Mark located on Southall Broadway opposite the fire station. Click this link to view the Uniform Price List

Other items are available from a variety of school partners.

Many children misplace school uniform items because they aren’t labelled with their name clearly. Friends of Lady Margaret Primary have teamed up with ‘My Name Tags’ which provide high quality labels for all of your child’s items. Friends of Lady Margaret Primary will receive 20% of each order. 

If you would like to order from ‘My Name Tag’s please follow the link ensuring you enter our unique school ID of 143 to make sure the school receive 20% of each order.

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