OFSTED inspected our school on Wednesday 4th March & Thursday 5th March.

The report has been published and we were graded GOOD in all aspects! Read the report here ...

http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/inspection-reports/find-inspection-report/provider/ELS/109131

Press PLAY to hear our May Park Primary School Anthem - "R.I.S.E. to the Challenge".

Mrs OHara
Mrs OHara

Head teacher’s Welcome!

RISE: Respect, Inspire, Succeed and Enjoy

 

May Park Primary School is unique in a number of wonderful ways; not least because we are diverse and inclusive.

In response to a growing population in Bristol we continue to increase our pupil numbers to a capacity of 870 by September 2017.

To mitigate against such high pupil numbers we operate as three schools within one. This ensures we know every unique child as if they were attending a small school. Each school has a designated leadership team.

Where else in the world could you hear 37 different languages spoken and meet with families from across the world? We are building global citizens, free from prejudice and misconceptions. May Park children are supported to be curious, confident and resilient and to build their learning power through being respectful, inspired, succeeding and enjoying. As a direct outcome pupil behaviour is good and results are improving year on year with reading, writing and math currently at national expectations.

May Park Primary School News

  • FGM Awareness Community Event
    Where: May Park Primary School When: Wednesday 1st July 2015 Time: 9:00-11:00 am
  • Wrong Trouser Day this Friday!
    Wallace & Gromit's Wrong Trousers Day this Friday. Wear wrong trousers and optional donation of spare pennies to raise funds for Bristol Children’s Hospital. Thanks
  • Our film will be shown at the M-Shed!
    Bella, Grace & Neha's film ‘A Day in the Woods’, will be shown at the M Shed from the 18 July to end of August 2015. More info on the exhibition can be found here: http://www.bristolmuseums.org.uk/m-shed/whats-on/nature-camera-action/
  • School Starts at 8:55 - Please be on time.
    From Thursday 11th June teachers will collect pupils from the earlier time of 8:45. School starts at 8:55 after which time the school gates will be closed.
  • HELP! Traffic outside our school is a SERIOUS RISK! Please sign our petition
    Please sign our petition. Use the link at the top of the page or paste: https://www.change.org/p/bristol-city-council-reduce-serious-risk-of-injury-through-traffic-conjestion-at-may-park-primary-school-eastville-bristol
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