Park Academy is a vibrant, successful school, where
children are both
nurtured and challenged. We are fortunate to have a richly diverse
community within school and this is valued and celebrated. Children of
all backgrounds and abilities are welcomed and made to feel special. We
are very proud of all our children and want them to be proud of their
note there will be no breakfast club or Little Acorns after school club
on Thursday 7th May due to the Linda Taylor Studio being used as a
polling station for the general election. The academy will be open as
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What is the
The Park Federation is here to serve the whole community and
wants all children to enjoy and benefit from a first-class education.
Our academies are safe, happy and creative places where excellent
behaviour, hard work and ambitious academic standards are prized and
nurtured. Every family is welcome, respected and encouraged to play an
active part in their children's learning. All children have
opportunities to grow in self-belief, express their individuality, and
develop the confidence to take the next step in life and their next
step in learning. We aim to be a springboard to success!
Dr. Martin Young
..... This is
a good school.
The school is well led and managed and the morale in the school is
high. The strong team of leaders and managers works
to bring about improvements. Pupils make good progress across
year groups, especially in reading and mathematics. Pupils,
regardless of their ability or ethnic backgrounds, make good
progress. Pupils are courteous, polite, friendly and show
for each other and adults. They have positive attitudes to
learning and want to do their best. Pupils who find work
difficult are fully included in the life of the school and receive
high-quality care and support from teachers and teaching
assistants. Teachers’ good questioning, marking and written
feedback in pupils’ books on how to improve extends pupils’ learning
and helps them to make good progress. The governing body is
ambitious and knows the academy well, including its strengths and areas
for development. There are rigorous systems in place to
the quality of teaching and learning involving all leaders and
OfSTED Inspection - June 2013
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