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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

  • OFSTED inspection
    OFSTED will be inspecting our school this week on Wednesday 4th March & Thursday 5th March. Please use their PARENT VIEW site to share your views about us. Register here:
  • World Book Day : 5th March
    Come dressed as a book character, bring in your favourite book! Get ready for a World Book Day at May Park and let's all celebrate our LOVE of READING!
  • Year 6 Able Writers' Day - Tuesday 24th February
    Y6 talented writers took part in an Able Writers’ Day at Ashley Down Primary School. It was run by one of the UK’s leading children’s writers, David Gatward. They are keen to apply the skills they learnt in their future writing. See photos in Y6 classes.
  • Year 5 Bird Boxes - design technology & mathematics
    Please watch our videos in Year 5 Apple & Lime class of us making bird-boxes - also on our YouTube channel. We learnt skills in design and technology. We also applied our skills in mathematics. Look out for our bird-boxes around school this term!
  • Welcome Back and Good News!
    Welcome back everyone! Good news for all. End of Term 3 data in all years shows accelerated progress in reading, writing and math . We look forward to seeing you bright and early for more smart learning. Mrs O’Hara .
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