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New Website Coming Soon - Please Read

We are currently in the process of redesigning and updating our school's website and while we are going through this transitional phase please note that even though the information on this page is relevant, it is possible that a few details may be outdated.

In the meantime, the Class Pages section of this website will continue to be updated on a regular basis with home learning and other helpful resources.


If you have any queries/questions regarding any information on this website then please contact the school office via email or by phone (01572 722404) and they will be happy to assist you.


We thank you for your understanding and patience and we cannot wait to show off our fresh new look.


At The Parks, every child and every family matters. We are committed to the early identification of special educational needs. Working with colleagues in social care, health and education, we build on each child's strengths to address their specific difficulties.  We believe that these are crucial years, when skilled teaching in an environment adapted to individual learning styles can provide the very best opportunities for development and learning.  We aim to provide children with the best care and education to meet their individual needs.


We like to think of The Parks as a "total communication environment" accessible to everyone and promoting the partnership between parents, professionals from key agencies and our own staff who are highly skilled, motivated and always approachable. We are proud of the welcoming environment of The Parks and that its many resources are also enjoyed by families and children from the local community.


At The Parks, we value every child and every family. Multi-disciplinary Partnership is central to our ethos, we aim to facilitate joined-up working. We tailor our response to the individual needs of every child. Aspirations are high and all progress is celebrated. 

We want the children who attend our school to :-

  • Enjoy the experience of being a child - to have fun and strive for independence.

  • Feel safe and secure and develop a sense of trust in others.

  • Have the skills to make friendships.

  • Be curious about the environment and approach new experiences positively.

  • Have an effective way of communicating.

  • Have a positive sense of themselves and their own worth.

  • Be happy confident, aspiring learners.

  • Have opportunities to work alongside and in cooperation with peers from other local early years settings.

  • Respect and value each other regardless of gender, race or level of disability.

The school day is from 9 am until 3:30 pm during which time play, learning & well-being is a priority.


We look forward to meeting you and your children.

Kay Smith