The school, based in Mitcham, received their official OFSTED report recently, highlighting many significant strengths in the lessons taught by the teachers at the school as well as the good behaviour and ability of the students.
The school achieved a satisfactory result in 100 percent of their lessons, of which 77 percent were good, very good or excellent.
It was recognised that Liberty Primary School takes great care of its pupils and that they benefit from a wide range of activities outside of lessons.
Head Teacher Chris King said: “The report reflected that our pupils have a positive attitude to school and enjoy good relationships with the vast majority of adults.
“It also mentioned that our provision for moral and social development is good and the pupils respect each other’s feelings.
“Our teacher expectations, planning, management of pupils, effective use of different teaching methods, good questioning and use of all available resources are all of a consistently high standard which in turn, ensures our pupils work at a good pace and learn a great deal.
“I have a wonderful team of staff, parents and children and they are all responsible in their own way for this outstanding achievement”.
For further information, please contact Chris King at Liberty Middle School on 020 8646 5290
Press Contact: Georgina Hart 0208 545 3483
* NOTE: OFSTED stands for Office For Standards in Education