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Education is fundamental to future success, so choosing the right primary school for your child is vital.


At Liberty Primary School we provide a dynamic and nurturing environment that values every child and enables them to gain high self esteem, morals, confidence and the motivation to succeed. 


Our Liberty Values are embedded into everything we do here in the school and pupils are happy, eager to learn and well behaved. 


We have fantastic facilities, extensive grounds and a wide range of extra curricular activities including, football, choir, multi-skills and hockey. 


We work hard to find ways to 'bring learning alive' so you might find us exploring the outdoors, working with the police, taking part in storytelling workshops, having lunch with a roman soldier or even making pizzas!  

We know that choosing a school for your child is a daunting prospect. We're here to support you, so that when you do make a decision you can be confident it's the right decision. 


Prospective parents and carers are welcome to visit and have a tour of the school. 


To make an appointment, please get in touch via our contact form, by emailing or by calling us on 020 8646 5290


If you would like to apply for a nursery place, please complete an application form on the Merton Admissions website. You can find the link below.   



Communication about your child never stops. After enrolment we encourage open and honest feedback and discussions. 


Communication is essential for growth, so if you have any questions or thoughts or would simply like to discuss your child's education, we make sure your child's class teacher is available at the end of every school day. 


If you prefer to make an appointment, we will welcome you at a time that suits your schedule. 


To make an appointment, please get in touch via our contact form, by emailing or by calling us on 020 8646 5290




Doors open: 8:45am 

Morning sessions ends: 11:45am

Afternoon session starts: 12:15pm 

End of school day: 3:15pm 


Reception, Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2 

Doors open: 8:50am 

Registration: 9:00am 

End of school day: 3:15pm 



We provide childcare provision from 7.45am, our before-school club. 


Our breakfast club runs every school day and offers a wide range of fun activities such as table football, board games, colouring and construction activities. 


Breakfast club also provides the opportunity to socialise and enjoy a healthy breakfast. 


Breakfast club sessions are charged at £4 per day. You will need to pre-book. 




Our after school club provides childcare provision until 6:00pm. 


An array of activities are on offer designed to allow children to socialise and learn. Activities include music, arts and crafts. There is also an option of homework support. 


Sessions include a snack and drink. Places should be booked in advance with the Rainbow Rockets team.  



Children are welcome to choose between a packed lunch or a school meal for lunch. 


All children in Reception and Year 1-2 are eligible for free school meals. From year 3 upwards children whose families meet the criteria are entitled to free school meals. 


Free School Meals - Eligibility


If your child is in Key Stage 2, they may be entitled to free school meals if you meet any of the following criteria:

  • Income Support

  • income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

  • Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

  • Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

  • The guaranteed element of Pension Credit

  • Child Tax Credit (provided you’re not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190)

  • Working Tax Credit run-on - paid for 4 weeks after you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit

  • Universal Credit (your household income must be less than £7,400 a year after tax and not including any benefits you get)


Please speak to the school office if you think your child is entitled to free school meals. 


School meals are priced at £2.40 per day. 


Special dietary requirements can be catered for. We operate a zero nuts policy. 


We encourage children to bring in water bottles and actively encourage children to drink water throughout the day. 


Under the Fruit in School scheme, children in Early Years and Key Stage 1 will receive a piece of fruit each day free of charge. 


Years 1-6 can bring in a piece of fruit from home for their morning snack. 


Sweets, fizzy drinks and energy drinks cannot be brought into school. 


We believe that a uniform is helpful in establishing good standards of appearance in school and that it helps our children to develop a sense of identity, pride and community. 


We have a PE uniform, as children are asked to come to school in their PE kits on their PE days.  


We ask that all clothing items are clearly marked with your child's name to ensure that they can be returned to you if they are mislaid. 



The Nursery and Reception classes will be new environments for pupils who will need to adjust to the new people, experiences and changes in their normal routines. This can sometimes cause anxiety for you and your child. All children are individuals and may take some time to settle. We try to make the adjustments as easy as possible for everyone- this sometimes involves making arrangements for your child to settle at their own pace. We ask all families to work in partnership with us in this transition from home to school in the best possible way that meets your child’s needs.



We offer 30 hours of childcare provision in our Nursery. Download the information sheet below to find out more.