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Story Time - 11 March 2014

If you want your favourite stories read to you by the May Park Team then why not check out our new Story Time section.

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Parent Partnership Meetings - 04 March 2014

Parent partnership meetings will be held on Tuesday 4th and Wednesday 5th March for Reception, Year1 and Year 2, and Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th March for Year 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Please visit the School Diary to find out more.

Parents are carers are politely requested to take responsibility for siblings.

 

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School Calender - 10 February 2014

 Need to know the school breaks and holidays, click here for the 2013-2014 school calendar.

 
Learnanywhere - 13 September 2013

If you have not already explored our online learning zone, why not take a look!

You will find some exciting, educational resources and activities that link with your child's learning.

Encouraging your child to use Learnanywhere at home is an excellent way for them to become an independent learner.

If you do not have a Username or Password, talk to your teacher.

 

To visit our Learnanywhere site click below.

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Parents Group - 13 September 2013

Our fantastic Parents Group runs every Tuesday (unless otherwise stated) and is a great opportunity to learn and play with your children.

To find out more click below!

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Newsletter - 17 March 2014

 


Missed the newsletter?

Click below to go to the Parent Information page and download a printable version.

Click Here

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Thank you for your interest in May Park Primary School.

May Park is unique in a number of respects

We are currently expanding in size and by 2016 will have the capacity for 860 pupils.

Think Big!   

Children who come to May Park and stay with us, make good or better progress in line with the top 5% of pupils nationally for maths and top 5% nationally for English. 

Think Outstanding! 

Our children collectively speak 30 different languages and are from, in excess of, 21 different parts of the world! 

Think Diversity and Freedom from Prejudice! 

Our Safeguarding strategies and pupil behaviour are judged to be Outstandng! 

Think Safe, Think Secure!

May Park Primary School: Outstanding and Unique!

Over the last year we have achieved Healthy School’s status, a Bronze Eco award and recognition for our exceptional safeguarding of children. Our day to day learning focuses on Respect, Inspiration, Success and Enjoyment and we strive to maximize life’s chances by building sustainable skills for living in the 21st century.

Please explore our website to find out more about us.

 

Jan O’Hara

Head teacher

       
       
       

 

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