Welcome to Park Primary
Welcome to Park Primary
Walk in Strong, Walk out Stronger
Park Primary School in Colne is quickly establishing itself as one of the leading primary schools in the area, and indeed the county, with school recently being described as having one of the leading EYFS departments in the whole of Lancashire. Our latest ‘Good’ OFSTED inspection (May 2016) states “Teachers and skilled teaching assistants work as a closely knit team and have high expectations of the children.
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Examples of the work Park carry out to instil British Values within our curriculum. View our teaching guide:
At Park Primary School we take great pride in our learning environments and have high standards across school. Each half term Mrs Berry and Mrs Greenwood monitor learning environments and take photos of good practise to motivate others. We hope you enjoy looking at some of the learning that is taking place in our school.
We have added a new page for parents about how Park Primary support and encourage all pupils to read from the moment we start to work with them. By the time they leave Park Primary they are equipped not only to further their studies at high School but to have established a real love of reading in them.
Park Primary use a Reading Spine that lists all the books the children at different ages will read this school year. Not only that but we also suggest books that Parents could encourage pre-school children to read so that they have a head start when they join us in September each year.
There are suggestions for parent help and a useful download of this years Reading Spine for you to read through.
Head Boy & Girls
Say hello to our Head Boy Leo and Head Girls Tia and Lacie
News & Events
On Friday, after studying the Anglo Saxons in class, 6B performed their assembly in front of parents. They spoke their...
This afternoon, 5F have been gluing, using paper mache, slapping on more watery glue and generally having a great...
On Tuesday Year 3 enjoyed a trip to White Scar Caves as part of their project about rocks and fossils. The children...
Last week Year 3 met the children from Lomeshaye school as part of our Building Bridges project. Both schools met at Primet Academy for a sports event.
During the school day on Wednesday 1st February, 8 children from Year 5 got the chance to take part in a Boccia event...
During Monday morning’s assembly, we were treated to some lovely music from staff from the Lancashire Music Service....